Peterbilt trucks are the most powerful machines in the world with a long history in building and concept trucks. The Peterbilt Sentinel truck concept is the new American dream long base truck. This project aims to deliver extravagant and elegant truck with a more luxury touch based from simple structures and shapes, luxury chromed lines, massive classic style for the front grill and modular cab.
For many people the truck has one purpose, to carry out missions of transporting everything from simple things to complex and heavy loads. For truckers and for many people, trucks are more than just tools for transportation, they are symbols, icons and became family members, talking about their trucks just like about good and reliable friends. Truck drivers learn to pay attention for details, for customizations adding chromed parts, paint jobs or just simple stuff to make the truck more like a home. The priority of design was to create a classic proportion, an elegant look that combines the quality, comfort and functionality. Peterbilt Sentinel truck concept offers the possibility for customizations, moving further in time the name of Peterbilt.
Designer : Vasilatos Ianis
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Check out the new Benz trucks by Luigi Colani for somer radical truck shape,
Design is too Std despite being more Aerodynamic, still a Peterbuilt for sure.
Thank you Stephen Russell ! I am a big fan of Luigi Colani design, but in this case it was too radical for Peterbilt requirements. I think the long history of Peterbilt trucks tell everything. More Peterbilt truck design projects will come
Love it…. only issue I can see is the air intakes… Most trucks have the air intakes at the top, mainly to keep dirt and water out of the engine…. with the air intake so close to the ground, you are going to run into problems. Mainly in countries where it snows, when the roads are gritted and salted. You are going to end up with a lot of dirt and muck going into the engine..
Also you will have problems if the truck has to travel through flooded roads… What would be an advantage is having the air being forced into the engine.. so maybe play around with a couple of those types of ideas.. Awesome design though..
Also think maybe the cab is going to be a bit small… especially if you are going to be in it all day…
Thank you Jason ! about the issue of the air intake is that most modern trucks have intakes for cooling the brake disk and for other reasons like weight fog lights air flows…. About the cab, it is not that small at all and is the cab (doors, windshield and the big volumes of the cab) that Peterbilt has developed with much time and costs.
the cab aas defined in this truck technically extends all of the way to the end of the "tractor" and yes the air intake is an issue to, the cab is nither smaller nor beigger, it is the sleeping area that is much bigger
Oh and Russell – that Colani design isn't exactly "new". It was originally designed by Colani in 1977 for Fiat, then redone in 2001 for DAF and now revisited as a Mercedes. Sometimes it's good to know a little history before you step in it.
Hi Craig ! yes it is old design but good design and made history, many cars today are "old" designed back in 80 or 90 like one of the the fiat cinquecento projects that became daewoo matiz and it is good car for his purpose… Colani made a lot of Iconic shapes and stick to his way of design.
Thank you !
not very concepty there, i mean its a luxury truck tahts all! with extended cab space and additional lighting
Thats a super cool looking truck OMG ITS UNREAL!
I’m glad to learn about The Peterbilt truck company. They are indeed one of the best reputed truck companies in the world. I really like their The Peterbilt Sentinel truck concept. I think that project is very luxurious and elegant appearance as well. Thanks.
i like it but it has a lot of chrome on it how much horsepower does it normally have or is it just still a concept truck
Electric motor equivalent to a cr250 dirt bike back in the day. This truck is not powered for anything over 10,000 pounds on the back
That (First) is a nice truck. The taxicab as characterized in this truck actually extends the greater part of the route to the end of the “tractor” and yes the air admission is an issue to, the taxicab is neither littler nor bigger, it is the dozing territory that is much greater. Thank you so much.