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379x

The 379x is a relative new addition to the Peterbilt lineup. The 379x made its debut in the 2002 Midwest Truck Show, with the first 379x rolling off of the assembly line in October, 2003. Even though this truck is now in production, information and specs are still fairly vague. When detailed information is released, you will see it here first. Since the 379x is a spinoff from the 379, many of the drivetrain components should be the same.

Taken from the Peterbilt website:

Among the exterior features of the Model 379X are:

  • Unique, polished aluminum fenders
  • Polished aluminum centerline hood trim
  • Coordinating, punched “Peterbilt oval” grille and air cleaner intake screen
  • Polished aluminum grille bars
  • Seven-inch chromed exhaust stacks
  • LED auxiliary lighting for the cab, sleeper, air cleaner and rear light-bar assembly
  • Chromed Texas-style bumper
  • Extended stainless steel sunvisor
  • Model 379X special edition logos on each side of the sleeper

The Model 379X is equipped with a 70-inch Unibilt® UltraCab® sleeper.  The cab and sleeper feature:

  • Brushed aluminum dash panels
  • Coordinating brushed aluminum cab and sleeper trim
  • A stylized, four-spoke, “X-style” steering wheel
  • Custom leather UltraRide seats with embroidered Model 379X logo
  • Chromed shift lever, knob and base plate with the Model 379X logo
  • Charcoal cabinetry, interior trim and dash

 


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