Built around the driver and designed to rule the road, the Kenworth T680 is America’s favorite line haul truck. Similarly, the truck model is popular in a variety of vocational and agricultural applications because of the versatility built into the truck’s design.
The T680 is the driver’s truck.
The T680 is a truck built and designed to elevate the driving experience in terms of safety, efficiency, and satisfaction. TruckTech+ proprietary software provides an assortment of advantages to the ultimate business moving machine. Included in the software are features like over the air updates, Connected Truck performance, driver assistance technology, power management, and more.
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More about the Kenworth T680
The Kenworth T680 debuted in 2012 and first saw road action in 2013. The T680 is the latest in a long line of “anteaters.” The term anteater was a not so flattering nickname applied to the first aerodynamic truck ever built, the T600. The name stems from the sloped nose of the truck, something common today but unheard of at that time.
Kenworth brought their A-game with the T680. From the 1980’s through today, Kenworth has remained at the forefront of aerodynamics in heavy duty trucking. As a result, the T680 is the most aerodynamic truck Kenworth has ever produced. The appealing grille and lines of the car body show a true understanding of form and function. The balance of chrome and imron paint makes the T680 a fitting addition to the Kenworth truck line.
Sleeper truck configurations
The Kenworth T680 has multiple configurations. Furthermore, when it comes to sleepers, there are four options to choose from: 40” flat top, 52” mid roof, 76” mid roof, and 76” high rise sleeper.
The T680 also comes in a day cab truck configuration. From the firewall back, the truck is of similar build to the T880 and W990. Consequently, it shares many parts with those other truck models, streamlining the supply chain for customers with various configurations in their fleet.