International is back in the Class 4/5 segment, with the new CV Series it co-designed with GM.
The company believes customers will benefit from International’s expansive, commercial vehicle-focused dealer network.
The Class 4/5 segment represents a market of about 40,000 units per year.
The truck has been built to handle tough commercial applications. The chassis features 50,000 psi frame rails, and the entire chassis is factory-painted for corrosion resistance.
The truck features an air-ride suspension and is powered by a 6.6-liter engine that puts out 350 hp and 740 lb.-ft. of torque. Two Allison transmissions are available. CONTACT: The forward-tilting hood allows easy access to the engine compartment.
The cab is huck-bolted, with bolts that won’t come loose in extreme conditions. The interior features an automotive design, featuring the GM cab and interior. The truck can be ordered with Apple CarPlay and a back-up camera.
Regular cab and crew cab configurations are available, in 4×2 and 4×4 drive setups. Customers can choose between three fuel tank options ranging from 25 to 65 gallons. Gross combination weight ratings (GCWR) run to 37,500 lbs.