|1941 to 1945|
|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|In service||Second World War|
|Manufacturer||Austin Motor Company|
|Length||19 ft 8 inches (5.99 m)|
|Width||7 ft 3 inch (2.21 m)|
|Height||9 ft 11 in (3.02 m)|
|Engine||Austin 6-cylinder, 3995 cc petrol 85 hp|
|Payload capacity||3 tons|
|Wheel, 4 × 4|
The Austin K5 was a British heavy military truck built by the Austin Motor Company for use during the Second World War.
The K5 was used with open body and cab for carrying the Ordnance QF 6 pounder anti-tank gun portee in the North African Campaign or with an enclosed cab for General Service (GS). Enclosed body versions were used for salvage and rescue work in the UK.