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 Service Vehicle

Early 2000s. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works.
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SINHUNGHO

Made from 1990. Name Sinhung translated as Emerging. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works, Pyongyang (not confirmed), or in the South Hamgyong province. Two-axle trolleybus.
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SINHUNGHO (SECOND MODEL)

Made in approx. 2016 or earlier. Name Sinhung translated as Emerging. Seen in Hamhung. Two-axle trolleybus.
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SINHUNGHO (THIRD MODEL)

Made from 2016. Name Sinhung translated as Emerging. Made in the South Hamgyong province, seen in Hamhung. Two-axle trolleybus
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Unknown service vehicle with platform

The Wonsan 612. Photo Kernbeisser, Wonsan 2008.
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PYONGYANG 69

Made from 1969. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works (uncertain). Two-axle small bus.
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Sungri 58 converted into a bus, seen in 2012

PYONGYANG 70

Made between 1958-1970. Based on Sungri 58 truck. Name Sungri (Synri, Sungli, Sungni) translated as Victory. Made by the Sungri General Auto Works, Tokchon; refitted into a bus by a Pyongyang workshop. 4x2 bus, 3.5-litre 6-cylinder petrol engine.
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Pyongyang 73

PYONGYANG 73

Made from 1973. Made by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works (uncertain). Two-axle small bus. Photo Frühtau, 2007.
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JIPSAN 74

Made from 1974- 1989. Name Jipsan (Jipsam, Chipsam) translated as Gathering and Distribution. Made by the Chongjin Bus Works, Chongjin. Two-axle trolleybus. Photo Eckart Dege, 2008.
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JIPSAN 77, also named PYONGYANG 77

Made from 1977. Name Jipsan (Jipsam, Chipsam) translated as Gathering and Distribution. Made by the Chongjin Bus Works, Chongjin. Two-axle bus.
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