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Above the road-wheels were 4 (reduced to 3 in Ausf J) return rollers on each side of the hull.
The vehicle was operated by five men crew composed of commander, gunner and loader in the turret and driver along with machine gunner / radio-operator in the front part of the hull.
The new vehicle featured suspension system composed of drive sprocket, idler and 8 road-wheels on each side of the hull that were paired together in 4 assemblies on each side of the hull.
Specifications required overall weight to be 18 ton, top speed of 35km/h and 75mm gun as main armament.This engine became a standard powerplant for all of the later models of Panzerkampfwagen IV series.Overall early models (Ausf A/B/C) were development models and were mostly used for testing / training purposes while some were used in combat.It featured new design driver's visor, drive sprocket and commander's cupola.From mid 1937 to late 1940, attempts were made by Krupp and Daimler-Benz to standardize the production of Panzerkampfwagen III and Panzerkampfwagen IV (from Ausf C to Ausf E) and one prototype based on Panzer IV Ausf E with new large roadwheels and FAMO suspension was produced - Pz Kpfw IV Ausf E mit Schachtellaufwerk.