Also produced in Gorky, USSR, GAZ-69 is a four-wheel drive light truck. It was produced between 1953 and 72, designed slowly and carefully – as a Russian magazine pointed out in 1953: ‘A climb of thirty of forty degrees is not a joke.’ A hill this steep cannot be overcome by horses or motorcycles, only a GAZ-69. Meanwhile, elastic suspension and soft seats provide comfortability to passengers. It’s able to 56 mph (90 km/h) and has a 2.1L I4 engine. Due to its massive and indestructible body, it was used mainly for military purposes, it was the basis of a tank destroyer. All in all, more than 634,000 models were built.