The Type 95 "Kurogane" (Japanese: 九十五式黒金 Kyujugo-shiki kurogane; English: Type 95 Black Metal) was a Japanese reconnaissance vehicle designed during the mid-late 1930s and used during World War II. It was the only completely Japanese-designed reconnaissance vehicle ever used by the Japanese Army. Between 4,700 and 4,800 were built.
In Battlefield 1942, the Kurogane is Japan's standard light vehicle, having been added in a patch to replace the earlier Kübelwagen issued to the IJN. It spawns regularly at certain IJN controlled flags. It is fast and small, but has very poor armor, being vulnerable to hand grenades and small-arms fire, and has little protection for its passengers. It can have 2 players on board: the driver and a passenger beside the driver.
In Battlefield 1943, the Type 95 spawns regularly at certain IJN controlled flags. It's fast and small, but has a very weak armor, quite vulnerable to rifle grenades and machine gun fire. It can have three people aboard: one driver, one passenger (capable of using all of their infantry weapons) and one gunner (manning a M1919 Browning). It is the Japanese equivlent to the Willys MB.
The Type 95 Kurogane makes a brief appearance in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 during the opening mission, Operation Aurora. The player is ordered to use the mounted machine gun to shoot enemy Type 95s that are chasing them and their squad during the escape to the sub pens. The car itself is invulnerable, but the player can still die.