The Volvo FH is a heavy truck range produced by Swedish truck manufacturer Volvo Trucks.Introduced in late 1993 as FH12 and FH16, production still continues with the now the second generation of FH range model lineup. FH stands for Forward control High entry, where numbers denominate engine capacity in litres. The FH range is one of the most successful truck series ever having sold more than 400,000 units worldwide. In September, 2012, Volvo Trucks re-launched the Volvo FH with significant technology upgrades.
Scania S730 V8
Since Scania signed a deal with Porsche Engineering in August 2010, a completely new truck cab has been in development. From early 2014, several masked prototypes have been spotted on roads in Sweden, Spain and Norway.The next generation of trucks from Scania was launched at the Grand Palais in Paris on 23 August 2016.The launch included new R-series sleeper cab and the all-new S-series sleeper cab which offers a flat interior floor.
Mercedes Benz Actros
In July 2011, the manufacturer of Mercedes Benz Trucks, Daimler AG, launched the 2012 Mercedes Benz Actros. This may not be referred to as Actros 4 but it is the New Actros. This is because there were several similarities between Actros 1, 2 and 3. The new Actros has no similarities with its predecessors save for the name. For the very first time the Actros features a six-cylinder inline engine using Common Rail Diesel Technology with X-Pulse as opposed to the PLD system used previously.
More power and even greater efficiency: the MAN TGX proves that low consumption and high performance are not mutually exclusive. It doesn’t matter if you are driving on the motorway or are hard at work on a construction site, thanks to its numerous equipment and engine versions, the MAN TGX is perfectly tailored to suit the requirements of your transport business.
The Iveco Stralis is a heavy-duty truck produced by the Italian manufacturer Iveco since 2002. The Stralis replaced the EuroStar and EuroTech models; it covers the range above the Eurocargo, between 19 and 44 tonnes. The fire version of the Stralis released with the German based Iveco Magirus.
The DAF XF is a range of trucks produced by the Dutch manufacturer DAF since 1997. All right hand drive versions of the XF are assembled at Leyland Trucks in the UK. The XF 105 won the International Truck of the Year 2007 award.The truck features a 12.9 litre engine and ZF gearbox in both manual and automatic formats.
The Hyundai Xcient is a South Korean truck made by Hyundai Motor Company. It was presented by atthe Seoul Motor Show 2013 as the successor of Hyundai Trago. With the Xcient, Hyundai plans to increase sales of heavy trucks from 6,000 to 60,000 units by 2017. Therefore the model series is to be offered also in Europe, first in Eastern Europe, in contrast to its predecessors.