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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter E-CELL Concept

Mitsubishi Fuso Canter E-CELL Concept

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) will premiere its concept model Canter E-CELL with battery-electric drive system at the 63rd IAA show. Mitsubishi Fuso is presenting the practice-oriented design study of the Canter E-CELL based on a Canter 3S13 with a permissible gross vehicle weight of 3.5 tons. Key components include lithium-ion batteries (40 kWh) and an electric motor (output of 70kW, maximum torque of 300 Nm). The vehicle can travel about 120 km after about six hours charging via a 380-volt power network outlet.

T800 with front power take-off option

T800 with front power take-off option

Kenworth Truck Company has introduced a new front engine power take-off (FEPTO) option for the Kenworth T800. The Kenworth T800 FEPTO is designed and well-suited for municipal and vocational fleets that require a front engine PTO for snowplow, dump, mixer, refuse, crane and other applications. This T800 configuration also provides a front-frame extension for applications requiring front-mounted equipment, such as hydraulic rams or hose reels. The Kenworth T800 FEPTO utilizes a new hood (from C550 model) designed to provide an increase in cooling module size without having to raise the cab height. The grille is mounted to the 1,440 square-inch radiator in a fixed position. This allows the hood to be tilted for daily under-hood inspections and helps prevent the grille from bumping the snowplow, pump or other front frame-mounted equipment. The T800 FEPTO is offered with the 2010 PACCAR MX engine up to 485 hp and the 2010 Cummins ISX11.9 up to 425 hp. The truck can be specified with Allison automatic or Eaton manual and UltraShift® Plus transmissions. The extended front frame rails are available in sizes of 10-3/4 inches by 3/8 inch, 11-5/8 inches by 3/8 inch and 10-11/16 inches by 1/2 inch with a 66-inch and 73-inch bumper setting.

MAN showing progressive truck design study at IAA 2010

MAN showing progressive truck design study at IAA 2010

A drastic reduction of fuel consumption and CO2 emission by diesel trucks is possible and can be implemented in a short space of time. This is conclusively demonstrated by a design study from MAN Nutzfahrzeuge being shown for the first time at the IAA 2010 in Hanover. The streamlined semitrailer tractor differs radically from today's typically cube-shaped trucks. The design of the MAN Concept S was rigorously adjusted in the wind tunnel in order to achieve extremely low wind resistance, corresponding to that of a modern passenger limousine. Thanks solely to its aerodynamic form, the MAN Concept S – with an appropriately modified trailer – uses up to 25 percent less fuel than a comparable, conventional 40-tonne semitrailer tractor. This is the equivalent of a reduction in CO2 emissions of 25 percent. With its Concept S, MAN makes a contribution to the current discussion on the statutory length restrictions applying to commercial vehicles in Europe. In order to realise the efficiency potential proven by the Concept S, tractors and trailers will have to become longer if they are going to provide the accustomed amount of interior space and loading volume. Changes to the road infrastructure for this purpose will not be necessary.

The new cab for russian GAZ 33104 Valday

The new cab for russian GAZ 33104 Valday

The automobile factory "Chaika-Service" from Nijnii Novgorod (Russia) released the first combined telescopic aerial tower Socage DA-21 on the chassis of GAZ-33104 with the new larger twin 7-seater cabin. The new enlarged cabin is a refined version of already become a popular 6-place cab. The main difference is the door on the right side of the second row and additional flip-passenger seat. Earlier here was located a hatch for storing tools. The increased dimensions allow to transport a working team of 7 people and they equipment.

The new extended cab Midlum for fire-fighters

The new extended cab Midlum for fire-fighters

Launched in 2009, the new Renault Midlum FPT benefits from an 18 cm cab extension and a redesigned bodywork shape. A difference in size that makes it more spacious and more easy to access, improving fire-fighters' working conditions since they have to climb in and out of the cab several times a day. In the same vein, Renault Trucks now makes the Optitronic robotised gearbox available on the Midlum "fire-fighter” 4x2 versions. This vehicle will be displayed on the Renault Trucks stand during the 117th Fire-fighters’ Convention at Angouleme from 23 to 25 September 2010.

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