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Volvo » VNL '2018

Volvo Trucks North America revealed the new Volvo VNL series in 2017. The new VNL series is available in several configurations, including a new 70-in. sleeper, and it comes standard with the 13-liter Volvo D13 engine, while Daycab and VNL 400 models can spec the 11-liter Volvo D11 as an option. The 15-liter Cummins X15 is also available in the VNL series. Both the Volvo D11 and D13 engines feature Volvo’s patented wave pistons, a unique design that helps burn fuel more efficiently. The Volvo VNL is also available with the Volvo D13 Turbo Compound (D13 TC) engine that utilizes a mechanical waste heat recovery system to capture wasted energy from the engine’s exhaust. The result is an additional 50-HP fed back to the crankshaft and an improvement in fuel efficiency of up to 6.5%. The new VNL sports swept back headlights and redesigned and repositioned engine air intakes allow for less turbulent intake air delivery. Airflow up and around the cab has also been optimized with new chassis and roof fairings. In terms of overall efficiency, the new VNL delivers up to a 7.5% increase in fuel efficiency, when combined with the efficiency benefits derived from the D13 TC, compared to a 2015 VNL model equipped with a GHG 2014 D13 engine. The entire Volvo VNL series also comes standard with Volvo’s I-Shift automated manual transmission, which is fully integrated with Volvo engines. With a full array of sensors detecting speed, grade and load, the I-Shift knows when to shift, hold a gear or coast in neutral. Volvo Active Driver Assist by Bendix is now standard on all Volvo VNL models and employs a camera and radar-based system that combines forward collision mitigation warnings and active braking, even with stationary vehicles. Volvo Enhanced Stability Technology, an electronic stability control system, is also standard on all VNL models. The VNL series is equipped with automotive-quality LED headlights that produce abundant bright light to improve visibility, the OEM stated. Automatic lighting and rain-sensing wipers are also available to improve safety. Like all Volvo models, the new VNL series cab is built with high-strength steel and exceeds both the Volvo Swedish Cab Safety Test and ECE R-29 rollover requirements. The industry’s only standard driver’s side airbag is now joined by an integrated, seat-mounted rollover airbag on the driver’s side. Volvo aims to boost driver productivity with features such as an all-new dashboard, which puts often-used controls within the driver’s reach. Centered in the gauge cluster is a configurable, 5-in. color driver information display that provides trip and diagnostic data. An optional infotainment system is available, featuring a 7-in. color touchscreen, navigation and an exterior back-up camera. A premium audio system is integrated with the infotainment system, which also features Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay for the ultimate in connectivity. The new Volvo VNL is also equipped with Volvo’s smart steering wheel, putting controls for nearly all of the driver interface functions within reach. The smart steering wheel is attached to Volvo’s Perfect Position air-assisted, infinitely adjustable steering column, which enables drivers not only to tilt and telescope the steering column, but also tilt the steering wheel relative to the steering column, the OEM explained. The VNL series offers four sleeper cab configurations that feature curved cabinets that open toward the back to maximize space, as well as an integrated, reclining bunk, which is a trucking industry first in North America. LED interior lighting reduces power consumption and provides softer lighting. A redesigned sleeper control panel allows drivers to control heating and cooling, and adjust the audio system from a more ergonomic position on the bunk. In addition, drivers can lock the doors or activate a panic alarm if needed. For the first time in North America, Volvo’s Globetrotter trim levels will be available on the VNL 760 and VNL 860 sleeper models and include a full aerodynamic package, polished wheels, high-end seating, as well as a refrigerator, inverter and parking cooler package.

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Ural » 375T

Ural 375T is the version of the military Ural л-375 with a wooden cargo platform for civilian jobs. Several prototypes were made in 1961-1962. Ural 375T later was transformed to the serial Ural 375N.


Ural » 375S

Ural 375S is a tractor based on the Ural 375 chassis with a shortened rear end of the frame. Serial production was started at the end of 1961 and continued till 1964. The tractor is intended to work in combinations with 12-tonnes trailers. Later versions got an all-metal hard-top cabin. Curb weight — 7700 kg. GCVW — 19700 kg. Overall dimensions — 6990x2500x2680 mm. Wheelbase — 4200 mm. Track of all wheels — 2000 mm. Top speed — 65 kph. Fuel consumption — 63 liters per 100 km. Range — 650 km. Engine — ZIL 375 V8, gasoline with a displacement of 7 liters. Power — 180 hp at 3200 Nm.


Scania » S730T

Vlastuin Truck Company from Renswoude built its reputation for building torpedo trucks in recent years. A black S730 Highline with an extra long wheelbase formed the basis for this ambitious project — bonneted Scania S730T. It all started with a design. The big challenge was the new nose. The new Scania S730T is based on the original chassis. As a result, technically, nothing has changed. The underright protection, headlights and even the radar for the ACC and the Collision Warning stayed where they were. By also taking the original Scania S-series grille, the engine cooling is also guaranteed. However, a lot of action was taken, and the biggest challenge was the nose. Vlastuin decided that the original grille would be sizable and the line of the cabin should be as straight as possible. That resulted in a sturdy nose that goes smoothly into the cabin. There is a lot more to do with the conversion than just putting the cabin to the rear and a nose to the front. For example, the doors and panels had to be adjusted. Vlastuin used the original anti-slip steps but placed it in completely self-designed reinforced polyester panels. The side fenders are very smooth. The rear wall of the cabin is completely made of aluminum, but polyester will be used for series production. The first Scania S730T has already been sold to Denmark.


Ural » 375

March 1959, Ural started factory tests of Ural 375 and Ural 375T. The trucks got a new cabin with a soft top and folded windshield. The first ten serial Ural 375 were made on the 31th of December 1960. Before 1964, Ural 375 trucks produced only for the army. All vehicles were fitted with an all-metal flatbed cargo platform with benches and canopy. These trucks were the best offroaders of that time. The powerful gasoline V8 ZIL 135 engine was under the hood — the forced version of ZIL 130 engine. Ural 375 has all-wheel-drive chassis, huge ground clearance, tire inflation system and winch. Part of the trucks of 1964 got an all-metal cabin. Later it was replaced by the updated version Ural 375D.

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