Peterbilt releases car carrier

May 5, 2008
Peterbilt Motors Co. has introduced a low-profile configuration for the Model 388 aimed at the car carrier industry

Peterbilt Motors Co. has introduced a low-profile configuration for the Model 388 aimed at the car carrier industry, featuring a lower cab height to increase the number of vehicles that can be hauled, the company said.

According to Peterbilt, the Model 388 Low Profile Configuration can be spec’d with a variety of drivertrain and suspension options and can accommodate engines up to 600 hp.

The low-profile configuration also features a sloped aluminum hood for increased visibility, halogen projector, aluminum headlamps and a multiplex electrical system, the company said.

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