Mack looks to the future

Mack Trucks’ current product offering is the result of years of research and engineering development. According to Mack Trucks, this is leading the brand towards a strong future in Australia.

Developments in technological features have resulted in Mack Trucks offering stronger, cooler running engines; Mack’s home-grown automated manual transmission in the mDRIVE; and a new generation of tough Mack drive axles – all of which will be on display during the ITTES.

The new MP10 powerplant will headline the 2012 product line and be officially launched during the 2012 ITTES. Mack says that this engine’s entry into the marketplace will enable the brand to offer the most powerful on-road conventional truck engine available.

“Mack Trucks is pleased to be increasing our presence at the Melbourne Truck Show in 2012 and officially launching the awesome MP10, the most powerful engine under the bonnet of any on-road conventional truck in Australia, at this event,” says Mack Trucks General Manager, Dean Bestwick.

Featured at the stand will be a selection of vehicles from the Metro Liner right through to the Titan. The brand will also display the new Super-Liner and Titan models fitted with the MP10 engine.

Visitors to the stand will be given the opportunity to watch how a truck is built at the Wacol production facility, experience the mDRIVE automated manual transmission and get up close and personal with the latest product offering. Technical experts will be on hand to discuss exactly what it takes for a truck to wear the Mack badge.

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