The XF 105 won the International Truck of the Year 2007 award. The truck features the 12.9 litre engine and ZF gearbox in both manual and automatic formats.
The military application of the DAF XF 95 series is called DAF SSC.
The Canadian Forces Land Force Command uses the XF95 Tropco Tractor for their tank transport platform leased from the Dutch Army.
El DAF XF es un camión producido por el fabricante neerlandés DAF desde 1997. Originalmente, este modelo se denominaba DAF 95. Está disponible como cabeza tractora articulada con ejes desde 4×2 hasta 6×2. Todas las versiones del XF con el volante a la derecha son ensambladas en la empresa británica Leyland Trucks.1
El camión cuenta con un motor de 12,9 litros y caja de cambios ZF manual o automática. La nueva versión introducida en 2013 está disponible con motorizaciones de 290 a 510 CV, las cuales cumplen las normas Euro 6
La versión militar del DAF XF es denominada DAF SSC.
El ejército canadiense usa el tractocamión XF 95 Tropco para su plataforma de transporte de vehículos.
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Take a passenger train, bound for Holyhead, from Cardiff Central to Newport.
Lleve un tren de pasajeros, con destino a Holyhead, desde Cardiff Central hasta Newport.
The Class 175:
The Class 175 Coradia is a type of diesel multiple unit passenger train used in the United Kingdom. The fleet of 27 sets were built from 1999 to 2001 by Alstom at Washwood Heath in Birmingham. They are part of the Coradia family of trains along with the Class 180. They are the basis of Arriva Trains Wales’s express fleet, but cannot operate on all lines (including those fitted with ETCS).
The entire fleet is owned by the rolling stock operating company Angel Trains. They were originally leased to First North Western, but the fleet has since been transferred to Arriva Trains Wales. For a brief period, units were also sub-leased to First TransPennine Express.
In September 1997, North West Trains placed an order with Alstom for 27 train-sets. The original order was for eleven two-carriage units with a top speed of 100 mph, seven three-carriage units with a top speed of 100 mph and nine three-carriage units with a top speed of 125 mph.
This was reconfigured to eleven two-carriage and sixteen three-carriage units all with a top speed of 100 mph, worth £78 million, built to allow for the replacement of elderly Class 101 ‘heritage’ DMUs and locomotive-hauled trains to Bangor and Holyhead. As they were constructed, the old locomotive sheds at Chester were replaced with a purpose-built facility in order to service the Class 175 units. Units were tested at low speed at the Severn Valley Railway before further testing and driver training at the Old Dalby Test Track from November 1999. The first unit entered service on 20 June 2000.
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