Apr 16, 2013– Birmingham, UK (Techreleased) – DAF Trucks unveiled today the new, versatile Euro 6 LF and CF truck models and the new, innovative Euro 6 PACCAR MX-11 engine at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, the United Kingdom.
The Euro 6 LF and CF have been developed for maximum transport efficiency, market-leading low operating costs and optimum vehicle performance.
“The launch of the new LF and CF vehicles today and the launch of the new XF model last year, provide a complete range of exciting Euro 6 vehicles,” shared Harrie Schippers, DAF president. “These new Euro 6 vehicles and engines represent the largest, most comprehensive development program in DAF’s 85-year history.”
The Euro 6 CF will start production in the middle of this year and has been developed for a wide number of applications, ranging from regional transportation to heavy construction.
The Euro 6 LF is designed for distribution and urban delivery and will begin production in the fourth quarter. These Euro 6 models feature a durable, lightweight chassis, fuel-efficient drivelines, an enhanced aerodynamic exterior and spacious interiors.
The reliable, fuel-efficient PACCAR MX-11 engine will be available in DAF’s Euro 6 CF and XF vehicles this fall. The MX-11 is a 10.8-liter engine with power outputs ranging from 290 to 440 horsepower and a torque range up to 1,500 lb.-ft. The MX-11 adds to the existing PACCAR engines available for DAF’s Euro 6 vehicles, ranging from the 4.5-liter PACCAR PX-5 engine to the state-of-the-art 12.9-liter PACCAR MX-13 engine.