Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great
Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great are the heaviest trucks produced by the Japanese company. The history of the model began in 1994 when first Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great was introduced in Japan.
What concerns the technical part, Super Great cannot boast of something cardinally new, the main emphasis the designers put on the best possible truck aerodynamics and the maximum truck usability.
Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great side walls can be lifted if pressing the button, this is a `gullwing` principle that used to be a passenger cars` exclusive feature. Extra side ramps can also be lifted in order not to impede the loading. Solar batteries are placed along the entire roof and therefore they provide the truck with electric power. There are small passenger lifts instead of sideboards, video cameras assure great rear view.
Biaxial single FP model that weighs 17 tons is the first of the Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great family. FU and FV modifications with wheel arrangements 6x2 and 6x4 respectively are really popular which is well-deserved. Their total weight is 20 and 25 tons respectively. There were also chassis designed on the basis of FP, FU, and FV models so that Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great models could be used as dumpers.VW