Our aim was to create a solid, flowing shape, instead of a front and two sides. This is why the lines and graphics sweep around the whole cab.
The truck’s stance, its visual attitude, was a key consideration, too. The form expresses the truck’s efficiency and dynamics. It appears to lean forward, wheels pressing at the ground. It’s bold. Assertive. It’s ready to work.
The side mirrors add to the cab’s distinctive profile. Mounted further away from the upright A-pillar on a slender arm, the new design increases the driver’s field of vision and improves the truck’s aerodynamics.
The new cab is bigger, but its aero-led design means it’s less wind resistant. The precision fit of the panel joints means there’s no gap between the lower and upper cab. Air flows around the cab instead of through it – enhancing aerodynamic performance and reducing fuel consumption.