But looks like the main combat parts of this unit was cavalry battalions/squadrons. So their method of movement was on horses(or how is it calls). I don't think that horses was transported by trucks.
Then if this German Cavalry unit can has 50 MP, why Soviet Cavalry units can't has same MP?
A fair question, one answer is that horses ( all Cav have 22mps and are muscle powerd) were expected to travail 35 mpd. While Pzrs ( 50mps and are motor powered) averaged half that. So relative to German capability i dont have an issue with a single unit getting the 50mp. The logistics of the 1st Cav was all motorised, so the daily food, fodder and grain was brought to the horses, other mounted, not so much.
A SU Cav had 100MT compared to 1250 German MT, and 400 wagons, wagons are simply less efficient, so a significant increase in mobility of logistic supply means more time can be spent moving rather than grazing horses, or waiting for wagons. Hence SU Cav Mech formations are not as mobile, but more than German Cav formation, but do increase as the TOE of MT increases during the war, ending up a lot more better of in terms of MPs.
Another answer is that its a fair amount of effort to give axis another form of unit, esp since its a single one.
< Message edited by Hanny -- 10/10/2019 3:32:06 PM >