In early 938, the flames of war in Europe began to spread; The US Army Headquarters has publicly solicited a light reconnaissance vehicle model from all automobile manufacturing companies to replace the traditional military three seater motorcycle used to convey military intelligence and carry out advance reconnaissance missions. In the summer of 1940, the US military expressed specific manufacturing ideas to the public, hoping that it would be a lightweight, easy to operate, durable, reliable, and flexible vehicle model, while also meeting the specifications required by the military. Finally, three automobile companies participated in the bidding and manufactured 1500 vehicles for the military to conduct on-site off-road testing. The design concept submitted by Bantam was selected by the crowd, and this model submitted by Bantam was finally comprehensively improved with Ford and Willys Ove  rland's design concept to better meet military requirements. On July 15, 1941, the US military signed a contract with Willys Overland, located in Toledo, Ohio, to manufacture the Willys MB model, officially expanding Jeep's automotive market. During World War II, approximately 600000 Jeep vehicles joined the combat ranks, proving the success of Jeep products.
After the end of World War II, American troops gradually withdrew from Europe. Local residents take pleasure in using Jeep, so they begin to apply it to their daily work. Jeep, with its excellent durability and reliability, allows people to rebuild their homes and territories. Due to people enjoying the wide living space brought by Jeep, it was quickly used as a transportation tool to create fun in life.