International Truck rolled out its new International HV Series Mid-Range Diesel (MRD) HV507 and HV607 truck models at the World of Concrete show in Las Vegas.
The two International HV Series models join the HV513 and HV613 severe-service vocational trucks launched at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show back in September.
The HV507 and HV607 models are powered by a choice of the Cummins B6.7 or L9 engines and have a 107-inch BBC dimension, which makes them shorter than the HV513 and HV613 models they complement.
The new HV507 and HV607 models are available to order now from International dealers with availability pegged for March.
In addition, every HV Series can be equipped as an option with OnCommand Connection, the company's remote diagnostics system, and Over-the-air (OTA) programming. OTA, available through the nine-pin International LINK device, enables drivers or fleet managers to utilize a mobile interface to initiate authorized engine programming at the customer's facility over a safe, secure Wi-Fi Connection. The service offers drivers and fleets an easy, secure means of updating engine control modules to reflect the latest manufacturer-approved calibrations, without the necessity of visiting a dealer or other service facility.
The International HV Series is suitable for numeous applications. Customers can order the specific chassis configuration needed for a given application up front, which can substantially reduce the time and expense involved to upfit the vehicle.
To improve driver productivity and safety, the HV Series features Diamond Logic, an advanced electrical system that streamlines chassis and body equipment integration and allows customers to program automated tasks.
Related: International HV Series Debuts for Severe Service Market at NACV
Originally posted on Trucking Info
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