Designed and built in 1954 by Gustav Kroboth in Bavaria, Germany the Kroboth.
Allwetterr Roller 200 was a 2-seater vehicle with an open body that had low cut doors and a fold a way pram type hood.
The first five prototypes were powered by a 2-stroke, air-cooled, ILO 197cc engine.
Production cars from September 1954 were fitted with a single-cylinder, 2-stroke, 174cc Fichtel and Sachs engines with a 3-speed reverse gearbox with reverse that powered the single rear wheel. (A few vehicles were fitted with 191cc ILO engines in late 1955).
The vehicle was not commercially successful and production ceased in 1955 with 50 vehicles being made.