International HX Series 2016 Designed Outwork Outlasted

International HX Series 2016 Designed Outwork Outlasted – International Truck launched the International HX Series 2016, a new line of premium Class 8 trucks designed to provide the strength and durability needed for the heavy services industry. The launch of the HX Series confirms as an innovation commitment, dedication to uptime in the industrial world of all fields in accomplishing heavy tasks that can be done by International HX trucks. International HX Series 2016 addresses various application needs. Four International HX Series 2016 models will be offered, with the front axle set-forward and set-back models either on short or long hoods, depending on the application. The HX515 is a 115″ BBC Set-forward Axle Straight Truck with primary vocations including concrete mixer, construction dump, refuse/roll-off and crane. The HX615 is a 115″ BBC Set-back Axle Truck or Tractor with primary vocations including construction dump, concrete mixer, platform stake/crane and refuse/roll-off. The HX620 is a 120″ BBC Set-back Axle Truck or Tractor with primary vocations including heavy haul tractor, construction dump and platform stake/crane. The fourth model, the HX520, is a 120 “BBC Axle Truck or Tractor Forward with major calls including heavy haul tractors, dump construction and stake / crane platforms, which will be officially unveiled at Truck World in Toronto in April. The HX515 and HX615 models are powered by the Navistar® N13 engine, while the HX520 and HX620 models offer the Cummins® ISX15 engine. ……

International RXT 2005 Soft Sturdy Truck Design

International RXT 2005 Soft Sturdy Truck Design – Introduced at the Chicago auto show are two more friendly and gentler international trucks, first called International RXT 2005, the second is MXT. Think of RXT as a smaller two-wheeled CXT version, with a less aggressive position and less intimidating size and mass. Based on a slightly smaller platform, the International RXT 2005 has smaller wheels and tires, two shorter legs, offers an integrated set of side steps, and has a smaller International RXT 2005 V-8 turbodiesel engine (VT365) with five transmission Allison’s speed. International CEO called International RXT 2005 more sleek and sporty, with a stronger and more athletic look. Of course, the integrated body lines, bumper that match the color, and the lower skirt printed onto the bed give the RXT a uniform look. The upcoming International RXT 2005 is the Project XT concept, which allows International designers to play with skylights, body spoilers, and wide mouth pickup beds without a wheelbarrow in the tub. The special International RXT 2005 also has a VT365, but is tuned to 300 horsepower. International RXT 2005 is a styling practice. Smaller front grille, more integrated body panels, and high-walled beds are just some of the proposals that might make it a next-generation International pickup. In addition, International RXT 2005 has a 300 horsepower VT365 engine, double skylights, widescreen DVD entertainment system, front and rear cabin spoilers, and adjustable ……

International FTTS 2007 Lively Tactical Vehicle

International FTTS 2007 A Lively Tactical Vehicle – The hybrid Future Tactical Truck System was designed in 2007 to replace the existing fleet of vehicles proving incapable of following the current combat operational tempo due to its complex logistical footprint, weak absorption in C-130 aircraft and inefficient fuel economy, waiver of the Army US. Especially in the design of International FTTS 2007 is fuel efficiency, because experts determined that 70 percent of the battlefield logistics involve the provision of fuel. Proposals by Navistar International and Lockheed Martin, International FTTS 2007 and Lockheed International FTTS 2007 Utility Vehicles were selected. Fewer trucks mean less needed mechanics and fewer tools are needed because sophisticated software and Future Tactical Truck System sensors improve their reliability. FTTS-MSV is intended to provide cargo transportation and distribution, equipment and personnel. The American Company Navistar proposes vehicles within the framework of this program, International FTTS 2007. Future Tactical Truck System is a family of trucks, initially consisting of only two variants: Maintenance Vehicle Maneuver (MSV) and Utility Vehicle (UV). UV, with a payload of up to 3 tons, is intended to replace 2 and 1/2-ton and under Light Tactical Vehicles (LTV) in Unit of Action (UA). Both MSV and UV will provide organic support to FCS UA brigades for cargo, equipment and personnel distribution, as well as for command and control operations (C2). The Army Action Unit (UA) is spreading around the ……