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Mack Trucks launches new Euro 6 engine range

The new Mack Truck range, which will hit the road next year, includes a new and improved engine

Mack Trucks Australia has announced the launch of its most powerful power plant yet, with standard safety included in Mack’s all-new Euro 6 engine range.

A whole new range of Mack drivetrains has been revealed that includes an all-new range topping 780hp 17-litre MP11 engines and a stump pulling 3800Nm of torque.

The new Mack Trucks Euro 6 range is now available to order with the first vehicles expected to hit the road in early 2025.

Mack says the Super-Liner has already held the title of Australia’s most powerful conventional truck for more than a decade, with this new model set to elevate its offering.

The arrival of the new MP8HE (high efficiency) engine platform will help evolve Mack’s powertrain, with the 2800Nm of torque increasing the output from Mack’s standard MP8 engine.

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Mack’s evolution of Bendix Wingman Fusion and a new infotainment system, alongside a standard rear-view camera, will help improve visibility and safety.

The fully integrated 70-inch walk-through sleeper will also be available for order with Euro 6 Super-Liner and Titan products, with single and double bunks included.

“To say we’re excited to bring this range of engines to market here in Australia would be an understatement,” Mack Trucks Australia vice president Tom Chapman says.

“To be able to now offer both power and efficiency across such a broad array of transport tasks in this country is truly game changing for Mack.

“Ultimately, the biggest winners here will be our customers. From demanding heavy haulage in our nation’s interior to the vital inter-capital freight arteries, Mack Trucks has now more than ever the ability to deliver a better driving experience, more time on the road and lower running costs.”

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