Made in North Korea
A short overview of all the cars, trucks and buses made in North Korea (DPRK). You will find all these vehicles and many more in our history document "Automobiles Made in North Korea".

CHOLLIMA 952

Based on Hungarian Ikarus buses. Made from 1995. Name Chollima (Chonlima) translated as Flying Horse or Pegasus. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Exists as three-axle articulated trolleybus and two-axle trolleybus. Photo W.
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CHOLLIMA 961, also named SONYON

Made from 1999 on. Name Chollima (Chonlima) translated as Flying Horse or Pegasus, name Sonyon translated as Sunny. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Two-axle trolleybus.
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CHOLLIMA 971, also named SONYON or CHONGNYONJUNWI

Made from 1997- present. Name Chollima (Chonlima) translated as Flying Horse or Pegasus, name Sonyon translated as Sunny, name Chongnyonjunwi (Chongnyonchanvi) translated as Youth's Vanguard. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang.
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CHOLLIMA 973, also named CHONGNYONJUNWI

Two-passenger-door version. Based on the Czech Karosa C734 bus. Made from 1996-on. Name Chongnyonjunwi (Chongnyonchanvi) translated as Youth's Vanguard. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Two-axle trolleybus.
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CHOLLIMA 973, also named CHONGNYONJUNWI

Three-passenger-door version. Based on the Czech Karosa B731 bus. Made from late 1990s- present. Name Chongnyonjunwi (Chongnyonchanvi) translated as Youth's Vanguard. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Two-axle trolleybus.
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CHOLLIMA 011

Seen in 2007 and 2009. Made from 2001. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Three-axle articulated trolleybus.
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CHOLLIMA

Seen in 2008. Name Chollima (Chonlima) translated as Flying Horse or Pegasus. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Three-axle articulated trolleybus.
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CHOLLIMA 091

Development started in 2009. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Three-axle articulated trolleybus. LxWxH 16.830x2500x3420mm. 40 Seats, 170 Passengers. Kerb weight 16 ton. Photo made by 'Kernbeisser', Pyongyang 2010.
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CHOLLIMA 316

Made in 2018, by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Two-axle trolleybus. Photo North Korean Press, 2018.
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CHOLLIMA 2018 (2)

Made in 2018, by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang. Two-axle trolleybus. Photo North Korean Press, 2018.
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