Peterbilt has introduced a new lineup of interior enhancements to be included on all interior levels, including the Platinum, Prestige and ProBilt. The interiors are available on the 386, 384, 389, 388, 367 and 365 models, and feature a contemporary dash design that embeds color directly into the dash material rather than as an add-on finish.
A new HVAC system is also included, and Peterbilt has enhanced its Premium UltraRide and UltraRide seats with coordinated colors and fabric patterns.
“Our new interiors were engineered to provide Peterbilt's customers enhancements in esthetic design with the latest in material and color matching technology,” said Larry Reding, Peterbilt assistant gm-sales and marketing.
The Platinum option features scratch-resistant, top-of-dash panels in a dark charcoal that reduce driver glare and that are less likely to fade or show dirt. The lower dash panels are constructed of woodgrain. The Prestige interior features top-of-dash panels in a charcoal color while the lower dash panels are matched to the cab's interior color. The Prestige interior features ergonomic enhancements such as LED backlit gauges that reduce driver fatigue, easy-to-reach rocker switches, and a multifunction turnstalk.
The ProBilt interior features upper and lower dash panels in a dark charcoal color and five grab handles; ergonomic pedal package for increased comfort; and the Peterbilt Electronic Service Analyst, which improves electrical system serviceability by isolating sensors and gauges for the least amount of downtime.
“Each interior features Peterbilt's new HVAC system, which provides a 20% improvement in air conditioning performance,” said Landon Sproull, Peterbilt's chief engineer.
Paccar Parts will offer accessory packages for interior retrofits for fleets desiring uniform appearance.