The Zeppelin LZ2 was a German experimental airship first flown in 1906. It was the true prototype of the Zeppelin airship. The major mistakes made by Kübler in the design of the LZ1 were not repeated. The designer Ludwig Dürr who was to head the design of all subsequent Zeppelins used triangular-section girders instead of Kübler's flat girders and elevators instead of a lead weight to control pitch.
Made by Luftschiffbau Zeppelin.