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Kenworth adds workstation option on select vehicles

KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Kenworth has added an optional workstation for its T660, T800, W900 and C500 models in day cab a...


Kenworth's new workstation makes it possible to store files, books, small printers and laptops, while also providing a workspace to complete paperwork.
Kenworth's new workstation makes it possible to store files, books, small printers and laptops, while also providing a workspace to complete paperwork.

KIRKLAND, Wash. — Kenworth has added an optional workstation for its T660, T800, W900 and C500 models in day cab and extended day cab configurations.

 

The workstation, located between the driver and passenger seats, offers nearly two cubic feet of space for storage.  When opened, the workstation boasts a 140-square-inch flat surface; when closed, the 100-square-inch top features a cup holder, and a pencil tray. Two 12-volt accessory power outlets are built-in to provide power for computers and other devices.
 
“The workstation is yet another Kenworth option available to help drivers become more productive and comfortable in their Kenworth Class 8 trucks,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth assistant general manager for marketing and sales. “This option has already been very popular for Kenworth T170, T270 and T370 medium-duty trucks, and we expect it also will do well with Kenworth Class 8 models.”


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