The heavy-duty truck is up to five percent more efficient than before. Mercedes-Benz Trucks, one of the market leaders for LCVs and heavy-duty trucks in the world, has just unveiled its new generation Actros flagship truck. “The safest, most efficient, and best-connected truck ever” is making its online debut today and will be shown to the public during the IAA Commercial Vehicles Show in Hanover, Germany, from September 20 to 27. The other life of an Actros Mercedes Actros Turned Into Rolling 2-Story Hotel Visually, unless you are a professional truck driver, probably you won’t notice any big design changes over the outgoing Actros. However, even the most untrained eye will spot that the massive side mirrors are a thing of the past and are now replaced by tiny stylish cameras. The manufacturer describes that as “an enormous improvement in terms of aerodynamics, safety, and vehicle handling.” The system uses two cameras mounted on the outside of the truck, projecting information on two 15-inch displays (resolution of 720 x 1920 pixels) attached to the cabin’s A-pillars.The so-called MirrorCam system is useful not only during driving – when resting, the driver can check the surrounding area by the touch of a… Read full this story
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