Bauma 2010: Giant Liebherr T282C Mining Truck Demo.
Up to 4000 HP, 400 Ton load capacity and a max travel speed of 64 km/h / 40 mph.
Liebherr demonstrating the biggest mining truck in the world, the T 282 C, at the Bauma 2010 expo in Germany
29th International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building
Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction
Equipment is a trade fair held tri-annually in Munich, Germany.
Bauma is the world's largest and probably most important trade fair for the building industry. The trade fair, which was established over 50 years ago, presents a comprehensive international product range in the area of construction machinery, construction equipment and vehicles and mining machines. bauma is a hub for international business and an important venue for gathering information and establishing contacts, where building and construction experts from all over the world can inform themselves about state-of-the-art technology. Source:
Liebherr T 282 C: Update of the world’s largest and most efficient mining truck
At the 2010 Bauma, the new ultra class mining truck T 282 C will be shown in public the first time. With an empty vehicle weight (EVW) of 236 metric tons (266 tons), the T 282 C can carry a payload of up to 363 metric tons (400 ton). Available engine options for the T 282 C include the MTU DD 20V4000 (20-cylinder / 2,800 kW / 3,755 hp) or the Cummins QSK 78 (18-cylinder / 2,610 kW / 3,500 hp). Its top speed is 64 km/h (40 mph). With the first pre-series units already in testing and the official product release being scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2010, the T 282 C builds upon the performance of its predecessor and provides improvements that minimize downtime and maximize production.