BAZ 69531 was an updated version of BAZ 6953. The main feature is the replacement of twin KamAZ engines by a single YAMZ diesel. It was developed at the end of 1993 and was unified with a new chassis BAZ 69506. Production started in 1994, when BAZ 69531 went into service. It got a 300 hp YAMZ 238N diesel connected with a manual gearbox. The cabin, flatbed body and all other units were similar to BAZ 6953. Top speed is decreased to 60 kph. All other technical characteristics remained the same. Exterior differences are a new design of the front mask, front wings, engine covers, exhaust pipes location and rear wings. The future development of BAZ 6953 was a new military tractor BAZ 6906.
BAZ 6953 is a ballast tractor developed to work in combinations with GCVW up to 45 tonnes, which can tow trailers with a GVW of 15 tonnes. It was a shorter version of a BAZ-69501 chassis with a wheelbase of 5435 mm (1365 mm shorter). The first prototype was made in 1987, factory tests were finished in 1988. The next year it went into the service. As the BAZ 69501, the 6953 was equipped with two 210 hp engines KamAZ 740, independent torsion suspension of all wheels and 2-door cabin with a heater. It wan't equipped with a PTO. Its metal flatbed body had dimensions of 4970x2830x1695 mm. Curb weight - 19 tonnes, GVW - 29.9 tonnes. Overall dimensions - 9680x3127x2970 mm. Turning radius - 12 m. Maximum speed - 75 kph. Fuel consumption - 55 l/100 km. Range - 1055 km. BAZ 6953 produced till 1993, when fire destroyed Kamaz engine factory. The next year company presented an updated model BAZ 69531.
Development of a perpective 8-wheel offroad vehicle by Rusak company started in 2014. A special chassis with details from IVECO Daily (cabin,F1C 2.7 liter engine,transmission) was used. The axles, main gear, wheel hubs and steering was developed from scratch. The design is made by Ilgiz Hamadeev, which combined IVECO cab with an original fiberglass hood. The first test of Rusak offroad vehicle was made in November 2016. Now the company is searching for an investor for future project development.
In May 2016, Nikola announced plans for a range-extended electric Class 8 commercial semi truck, and it was shown to people outside the company for the first time at a media event in Salt Lake City. Called the Nikola One, it was originally described as using natural-gas turbines to generate electricity, but Nikola subsequently said that U.S. and Canadian versions would use hydrogen fuel cells instead. Scheduled to start production by 2020, it is powered by six electric motors, which will provide over 1,000 horsepower and 2,000 pound-feet of torque. Nikola claims that is nearly double the amount of any diesel semi truck currently on the road, although it is also lower than the 2,000 hp and 3,700 lb-ft quoted by the company earlier this year. That power is sent to the wheels via a two-speed transmission. Nikola quotes a range of 800 to 1,200 miles between hydrogen fill-ups, and the truck's 320-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack can also be recharged by plugging in. However, Nikola expects the fuel cells to be the main power source. To provide hydrogen for those fuel cells, Nikola has said it will build a network of hydrogen stations. Nikola previously said hydrogen will be produced using solar farms generating 100 megawatts or more of electricity apiece that it will construct. the Nikola One, when compared to a traditional diesel rig, will be about 2,000 pounds lighter. If you take weight out of the cab, you can add it onto the payload, which means you can move more goods, and more goods means more money. The on-board hydrogen fuel cell will feed energy into 320-kWh lithium battery built into the frame rail that will power the truck's electric motors. That means, as any hydrogen advocate can tell you, that the only thing coming out of the tailpipe will be water vapor. By getting rid of the diesel powertrain, the Nikola One will also eliminate the need for much of the maintenance that is currently required for semi trucks, from oil changes to DEF refills. Since the Nikola One can idle without any emissions, it won't run afoul of anti-idling laws, and the energy on board will be more than enough to get Rip Van Winkle through his longest nap. The One's short nose means that a driver can see the road in front of them fairly easily, and since the door is in the middle of the cab, it will be easier to get in and out of the One than a standard cab. The driver will also be able to use safety features that are common in passenger vehicles but definitely not in semis, like surround vision, and the thin A-pillars offer an almost-panoramic forward view.
Baidu Teams with Foton in December 2016 introduced Automatic Driverless Super Truck concept. The two corporate giants collaborated to develop the “Super Truck” powered by Baidu’s limited self-driving automation and Foton’s driverless technologies and enormous experience in the automotive transport market. The truck will be rated L3 (Level 3) according to the US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This means that the model vehicle is expected to be available for occasional control, but with sufficiently comfortable transition time.
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The Coles crane in pic 24 is of great interest,I drove one of these Mk.4s in Germany back in 1970-71,it was nt in this colour scheme though!.Is this crane still around?.rnAlan
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