Freightliner launched its latest Cascadia truck by the end of 2016. Before that, the company was almost out of the race and didn’t launch a single truck for a long time. However, Since Freightliner has launched the new Cascadia; their focus is to flesh out choices for the truck. The choices include mid-rooftop cab designs for local overnight haulers and fragments. For example, mass pull and flatbeds as declared at the NACV Show.
What’s inside the Freightliner?
Cascadia’s latest design includes a 48-, 60-and 72-inch mid-rooftop XT sleeper cab in both 116-and 126-inch BBC stages. All of the three designs offer two levels of streamlined bundles, the Aero or AeroX, Freightliner’s most fuel-effective determination. According to the company, all of the designs will be available in the market by as soon as January 2018. The trucks will be accessible in the 72-inch mid-rooftop XT setup highlighting a two-situate dinette/work table and contradicting seating. The company has additionally installed seats able to be collapsed level to permit a full Murphy-style bed to swing down in under 15 seconds.
Freightliner is supporting the latest cab design by other prominent upgrades, which incorporate all LED-lit inside and outside lights. Additionally, the company has also added an eVault for electronic lodging device control.
On the telematics front, the new Cascadia accompanies Detroit Connect and Detroit Assurance 4.0 to offer the up gradation of fleet management and additionally an increase in uptime and enhanced security.
Freightliner’s total 2018 Class 8 lineup includes Cascadia and Cascadia Evolution models, and in addition the SD professional truck.
All Class 8 models support the latest Detroit DD13, DD15 or Cummins motor customization.
Freightliner has really made an impressive truck. The truck has gained the attention of the entire US trucking industry. After the successful launching of Tesla semi just a few days ago, Freightliner Cascadia seems like another foundation stone to uplift the trucking industry.