VTNA's new regional tractor model, the VNR.
VTNA noted its 2017 model D13 received a number of updates to improve efficiency by up to 2.5% compared to its previous iteration. The D13 also features an updated EGR flow sensor with a new double-wall casing, helping reduce condensation and soot buildup in cold weather, while an improved aftertreatment dosing module has been integrated into the fuel filter housing for easier serviceability, VTNA added. Upgrades were also made to the two-speed coolant pump, helping to reduce parasitic losses.
An "exploded" cab and sleeper display to highlight improvements VTNA made ot its VNL model.
A look at the VNL's new dashboard and cab compartment.
Volvo VNR model lineup includes the VNR 300 daycab, VNR 400 with 41-in. sleeper and the VNR 640 with 61-in. sleeper.
VTNA made some design changes to its engines for 2017, including the addition of a new "wave piston," which allows diesel fuel to burn more cleanly, reducing fuel consumption while significantly reducing soot generation. This new patented wave piston, working in combination other enhancements – such as a new common rail fuel system – boosts fuel efficiency up to 2.2% for the OEM’s D11 engine and 2.5% for the D13 model.
All sorts of seat options are available for VTNA's tractors.
A look at VTNA's I-Shift AMT.