Camion Steinwinter (1978) GM Bison Chevrolet USA

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Vincent Fournier




The Cab-Under as a sports model "Racer"

Hunslet ATT77 1986 – Douglas DC12-44 Heavy Aircraft Tractor

 

Steinwinter 2040

The concept was simple by reducing the height tractor unit, there could be a fuel economy and an increase in the volume transported. The traction unit measures only 1170 mm high and allows an additional volume of 150 m3. This concept was to use modular units that could be adapted, that is to say that the tractor unit can be equipped with various engines and trailer units to enable a variety of standard transportation uses containers to use as bus coach.


This concept leads to what you see here, debuted at the International Exhibition of Motor 1983. This concept was to use modular units that could be adapted, that is to say that the tractor unit can be equipped with various engines and trailer units to enable a variety of standard transportation uses containers to use as coach and bus. The cabin itself was designed to be like a car when not connected. The cabin was more like a sports car with bucket seats and a table full digital edge. Due to the flat floor, there was room for a berth between the seats and wardrobe.


Standing at only six inches (15cm) larger than the Ford GT40 race car original, the concept Steinwinter more like an airplane towing the truck. Instead of the big truck engine front, place it behind the cab and handy mechanical transport trucks.


This is the "Luxury Bus" version.


Steinwinter Bus

S T E I N W I N T E R E N G I N E E R I N G
S T U T T G A R T

~ Development and manufacture
Of special vehicles

STONE WINTER GmbH
Hagbergstr. 5, D-70188 Stuttgart
Telephone: 0711 – 168 70 – 0, Fax: 0711 – 168 70 – 70
E-mail: info@steinwinter-stuttgart.de

Steinwinter Truck – Truck

Concept (1978)

Space and comfort, it should not be lacking in the cabin.


The Cab-Under can load three containers of 20 feet, only two conventional tractors.



2040 as carrier for racing cars, including the cab.



« Staywinter » Truck concept, MPV, which can be tractors, and a container, and a unit inside train. (length 18 m, capacity load 20 tonnes) the maximum for trailers tractors could be used more effectively, Steinwinter promised between 20 and 50 percent more space for cargo than normal trucks.



2040 Cab-Under, should not be hitched to the trailer, but below. So, the maximum for trailers tractors could be used more effectively, Steinwinter promised between 20 and 50 percent more space for cargo than normal trucks.

Recaro seats were used and a cot was provided next to the passenger seat. There is even a small built-in cupboard in the fracture. Recaro seats were used and a cot was provided next to the passenger seat. There is even a small built-in closet.



Concept Steinwinter Supercargo 1983


COLONIA TRUCK

Ultra-low truck created by Manfred Shtaynvinterom



CHEVROLET TURBO TITAN III – 1956 OLDSMOBILE GOLDEN ROCKET CONCEPT
General Motors (General Motors Corporation or GM)


GM Bullet, 1964 -1965 Chevrolet ” Bison ”



magazine cover
Overdrive August 64.



Eassociate editor Lyndall checks engine and vehicle control in GM Bison taxi


GM Bison – Concept Turbine Truck, 1964 – Cab interior.




At the New York World's Fair 1964, GM showed a concept truck Chevrolet Bison, a turbine cargo carrier, which could carry containerized cargo to new heights of efficiency. The truck had to 2 turbine engines evaluated 300 and 700 ch, located above the cab. The Bison anticipates the day when much of the cargo can be moved in standardized containers that can be loaded automatically, unloaded, sorted and stored by electronic control equipment.

 

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