There are now three VNL versions in the platform: 860, 740, and 300. The 860 is the top of the range, with a 77-inch sleeper, while the 740 is the best-selling VNL variant in the real world. The 300 is an entry-level truck with a daycab designed for short-haul trips.
Then, in American Truck Simulator, you will be able to select between Fleet, Standard, Touring and Limited trim levels, two different steering wheel designs, multiple different seat options and even the type of floor mats. In total, there will be 10 different chassis combinations.
The VNLs also come equipped with the I-SHIFT automated manual transmission and in the real-world, dynamic steering – which reduces driver strain on the steering column.
Across the three main 860, 740 and 300 models, three diesel engines are available in-game:
- Cummins X15
The VNLs also come equipped with the I-SHIFT automated manual transmission and dynamic steering – which reduces driver strain on the steering column.
These offer between 400 and 565bhp and a whopping 1450-1900 lb-ft of torque. To pick up a VNL, simply update the title on Steam and visit the nearest in-game Volvo dealership.
Source: SCS Software