A French Six-Wheeler
(Some had eight, but they thought that a bit over the top)
The prototype of the military model RATT was produced in 1932 using an Alpina gearbox and RL engine. This machine had two rows of wheels below the engine.
1936 models had 3 rows of wheels, and in 1937 this was reduced to two.
The RATT was replaced in 1937 by the RDTT with was fitted with the RD engine and was 27kg lighter.
There was also an FLGTT model with wheels below the engine, but it was not adopted by the French army.