is an 8x8 vehicle that serves as both a 5th wheel tractor and a heavy recovery system, since between the 5th wheel and the cab a large winch is installed. The South African version is called Cavallo
and was produced in much larger quantities. The South African model differs from the original Spanish model in having a mine protected cab and additional winching gear. In South African service the Cavallo is primarily used as recovery vehicle although a 60 t semi-trailer allows it to transport vehicles as well.
is a later and smaller development of the original Kynos Aljaba. The K15-100 is much smaller than the Aljaba and has a 6x6 wheelbase. The K15-100 is primarly used as a 5th wheel tractor for a 60 t semi-trailer. Since two winches are intalled behind the cab it may also serve as a recovery vehicle.
is a recovery vehicle based on the Cavallo chassis. Unlike the Cavallo it is not fitted with a fifth wheel and additional recovery equipment is fitted. The Skimmel has a 12 t tow arm, 20 t winch, 7.6 t crane with a 4 m reach and various other equipment. The Zebra
is a maintainance and repair vehicle based on the Cavallo chassis. The Zebra carries various tools and parts in the two containers and a small crane is fitted at the rear of the vehicle.
The Kameelperd is a battery command post vehicle that is used in conjunction with South Africa's air defense systems. Besides the command post cabin it carries a radar system with a 60 km surveillance range. The radar is mounted on a 13 meter tall arm and carried under cover when lowered. When the radar is in use two large jacks provide stabilization.
The Cavallo chassis has also been used as the bases for a bridgelayer vehicle, which is yet to be named by the South African military. At least a single functioning prototype exists and additional units might be in production. The bridgelayer uses a modified Cavallo chassis with the cab mounted lower since the bridge extends over the cab. A large bridge launching arm is intalled at the rear of the chassis. The LEGUAN 42 meter MLC 70 two part bridge is carried. When launching the bridge the two parts are moved horizontally into position. Then the launch arm extends towards the rear and two jacks are lowered. Finally the bridge is placed over the span that is to be crossed.