The company introduced an APU system, a multi-temperature unit and an electric standby option.
The 14X axle is the signature component member of the company’s MPG Series, which is optimized for improved total lifecycle costs.
The unit provides high refrigeration capacity and delivers up to 20 percent greater fuel efficiency than its predecessor.
Kenworth also will add Bendix Wingman ACB – Active Cruise with Braking as an option for its T660, T700 and T800 Class 8 models.
The NITE Phoenix has a larger compressor, as well as an LCD digital user interface and battery monitoring system that make it easier for drivers to control the unit.
The shore power option extends Webasto’s focus to help truck owners significantly reduce or eliminate engine idling.
SmarTire monitors the pressure and temperature of each tire to provide real-time information.
Hank Good of Monticello, N.Y., owns this working show truck, a 1981 Kenworth K-100C VIT Aerodyne, powered by a 500-hp Detroit Diesel.