Was originally designed and produced by Citröen and Kégresse later improved it with rubber-based tracks. The P 107 began to appear in the late 1930s. It was produced in artillery tractor and engineering types.
Unic P107: over 2,000
Manufacturer: Unic, Citröen-Kégresse
P 107?: Artillery tractor. Crew of five to seven. Soft cover over the crew space. Ammunition was located in lockers at the rear.
P 107?: Engineering half track. Cargo area was open. Towed trailer with engineering equipment.
By 1939 the P 107s were in service with the French Army.
Many of the captured P 107s remained in France to be used by German units stationed there.
leichter Zugkraftwagen U 304(f): Installed the FuG Spr d radio.