The US-truck manufacturer Peterbilt, located in the State of Washington, represents one of the oldest and best known names for heavy haulers. The historic 377 A/E, has been meticulously sculpted to minimize aerodynamic drag, but it still maintains the impressive look of a classic Peterbilt. This model is equipped with spacious sleeper cab.
The Volvo F-16 is a very common base for a variety of reefer trucks. Generally those trucks are used with trailer for long distance trasport and without trailer for local distribuction. The cooling-unit is normally located in front of the reefert container. Volvo offers these trucks with 2 series of engines ranging from 12-16 litres and from 340-520 HP.
This large tractor is representative of many trucks used in the USA. Equipped with powerful engines and very large fuel tanks, these vehicles travel hundreds of miles at a time from one State to another. Characterised by large drive cabs with in-built sleeping facilities and every other possible comfort, they are, for their American drivers, a true home...
The "360M19" has been produced by the German Magirus Deutz when the company was incorporated in Iveco Group. The truck is a good synthesis of all the strengths that made, the German manufacturer and outfitter, famous in the 70s and in the early 80s in the truck World.
With the new Volvo FH16, Volvo once again offers a truck in the heaviest segment. It is based on the FH Series that was launched in autumn 2001, but it also features new technology that is unique to the Volvo FH16. The new Volvo FH16 is the most powerful, comfortable and safe model ever built by Volvo Trucks.
The Renault R360 was presented on the market in 1980 but it was a well known and already appreciated truck. In fact it was derives directly from the truck of the French company Berliet that became part of the Renault group in 1974. The new range of "heavy" trucks has been identify by the R letter followed by a number representing the engine horsepower.
"Le Centaur" has been presented as single unit “show truck” at the Paris Motor Show in 1978. The starting development point was the well-known Berliet TR 350 equipped with a 15-liter V8 turbo engine, with a power of 356 hp. After 15 days of no-stop working, in the Lamberet bodywork factory, “Le Centaur” was born. Le Centaur was launched on the market...
With the new TGX range, MAN brings to the streets of Europe a new protagonist with a strong aesthetic impact. A vehicle with style and character that translates driving and space in a most exemplary manner, and redefines the standards of dynamic driving and profitability. The surprising aerodynamics reduce the fuel consumption by 3%.