The Model 579EV is one of the new trucks that Peterbilt will display at ATA MCE show.

The Model 579EV is one of the new trucks that Peterbilt will display at ATA MCE show.

Photo: Peterbilt Motors Company

Peterbilt Motors Company will display a lineup of new trucks at American Trucking Association’s (ATA) Management Conference and Exhibition (MCE) show in Nashville, Tennessee October 23-26.

One of the trucks at Peterbilt’s booth will be the New Model 579 UltraLoft. The New 579 features a new exterior design with a new sloped hood and optimized aero components, as well as the new 2021 Paccar MX-13 and MX-11 engines and Paccar TX-12 transmission.

The New 579 has a 10% quieter cab and sleeper, additional storage, a new smart steering wheel, and an improved Bluetooth microphone. The truck also has a 15-inch Digital Dash Display, and it features Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) providing drivers the latest safety technologies in the form of collision mitigation, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist (LKA), and the Digital Vision System.

Peterbilt will also display the fully battery electric Model 579EV.  The Model 579EV, Model 520EV, and Model 220EV are available for order now.

The Model 536 van body configuration is the other new truck at Peterbilt's booth. This truck represents the company's new medium duty trucks.

Visit Peterbilt booth #6105 to learn more about the features and benefits of Peterbilt’s entire lineup of trucks.

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