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Gutbrod Standard E1
1938 Tempo E400.JPG
Identical 1938 Tempo E 400 by Tempowerk Vidal & Sohn
ManufacturerGutbrod, Standard Werkzeugfabrik, Germany
Also calledEinheits-Dreirad-Lieferwagen
Model years1939 - 1945[1]
Body and chassis
Body stylepickup truck,
LayoutFF layout
Platformthree-wheeler freight car
Enginetwo-stroke engine 400 CC
Transmission3-speed gearbox
PredecessorStandard P503
SuccessorStandard Heck P504

The Standard E1 was a motorized freight tricycle, produced from 1939 to 1945 by the Standard vehicle factory of Wilhelm Gutbrod, Germany.[1] It was an identical construction of the Tempo E 400 by Tempowerk Vidal & Sohn, built from 1938 to 1948, the design was taken as Hitler's "Standard Three-wheeler Delivery Van" (Einheits-Dreirad-Lieferwagen). It had a simple chain drive from gearbox and engine to the front wheel below.[2][3][4][5] This simple construction with a lifted center of gravity was less stable when cornering.[6] So far former vehicle designs by Gutbrod had the engine and gearbox located behind the rear axle as an underfloor engine.

During World War II, manufacturers were obliged by the Nazi regime dictatorship to produce weapons and accessories as well as military equipment for the war. Only a few manufacturers were allowed to continue production of civil vehicles. It was the last freight tricycle built by Gutbrod.[6] The coachbuilder Rometsch was forced to produce field kitchens, competitor Borgward produced military vehicles and least after the war the freight tricycle production was continued by its successor model.

Further reading

  • Werner Oswald: German Cars: 1920 - 1945, Motorbuch Verlag, 2019, ISBN 3613041421


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