Mack set up a special stage atop one of its trucks to host live country music performances in its booth.
A Mack 60-in. midrise Rawhide tractor model.
A Mack Pinnacle axle back natural gas-fired tractor. Powered by a 400 hp Cummins ISX12 G, this tractor features dual 45 diesel gallon equivalent (DGE) CNG tanks.
A Mack Pinnacle axle back 60-in. midrise sleeper
A Mack Granite axle back 'super dump' model.
A Mack Pinnacle axle back 6x2 daycab tractor.
A Mack Pinnacle axle back daycab with a single rear axle.
Mack's engine line up includes the MP 10 (foreground) followed by the MP8 and MP7. At the end of the line is the OEM's mDrive automated manual transmission (AMT)
An air disc brakes (ADB) assembly in the foreground with Mack's C150 and C151 axle carriers just behind it.
Mack's Twin Y suspension.
Stephen Roy, Mack's president of North American sales & marketing, believes the Class 8 market will top 250,000 units in 2014, with the regional freight and vocational markets the strongest segments.
John Walsh, Mack's vice president of marketing, said the OEM is not only moving forward with a new logo but a new tagline as well: Born Ready.
Mack Trucks showed off a variety of truck models, engines and various components at this year's Mid America extravaganza.
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