Discussion in 'Other News' started by ducnut, Dec 3, 2022.
As the title asks:
Every month 400 people find a job with the help of TruckersReport.
Without your consent employers will not be able to contact with job offers, would you like to opt-in now?
Class A CDL Experience
I Need CDL Training
In CDL School Now
CDL Grad, No Experience
Please select ALL of your current, valid driver’s licenses
Please select the number of verifiable months you’ve been driving professionally using your Class A CDL within the last 3 years.
Each company we work with has specific experience requirements for their drivers. In order for you to receive the best possible offers, please make sure your answers above are accurate prior to submitting.
Looks like a Volvo FH series cabover,but it also be a Mercedes Benz Actros,a Scania or even a Hyundai Xcient. Euro cabovers more or less look alike.
But, that pic is in Los Angeles.
They are testing cabovers with alternative power sources in la. Kenworth developed a lot of their similar trucks in the la area hauling containers.
That makes sense. They must have alternative-fueled stuff, elsewhere in the world, and bringing a proven platform here for testing is probably easiest. Thanks!
It's the Nikola Tre BEV. They partnered with IVECO and use the S-Way model as a base for their electric trucks.
I would have thought they would have stacked the batteries right behind the cab for a shorter WB. Lots of air between the cab and front of the trailer.
In Europe, they run really deep kingpin setbacks, so that gap would typically be filled with a trailer nose.
I know Gordon used to run long kingpin setback on their west coast fleet. The OP's picture of the truck in CA shows the vast gap between cab and trailer nose.