Error while rendering the component [Second Navigation Menu] Please, make sure the rendering is configured properly or contact your administrator.
Use the following data when reporting the issue:
Date time stamp: 9/19/2020 10:24:09 PM
The launch of the Condor series in 1975 marked the company’s first foray into the mid-size truck market. The advanced design of the trucks, including an ED6 in-line four-cycle, six-cylinder diesel engine for enhanced efficiency and horsepower as well as a cab with a wide front window and non-triangular side window, garnered high praise from the industry.
Meanwhile, the cab featured a wide front window as well as a non-triangular side window for enhanced visibility, which drew critical acclaim from users because it made the truck feel more like a passenger car on the road. After a full model change, the all-new Fine Condor truck with a sleek aeroform design was unveiled in 1993. Besides boasting exceptional driving performance, this latest generation reduced exhaust gas emissions and touted a number of safety features such as an Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) and airbag. This pioneering model received high praise as a truck befitting the new era. In 2002, the company took another step forward with the launch of the world’s first capacitor hybrid truck that ran on a diesel engine and motor.