Biggest trucks in the world

The five biggest trucks in the world are:

  1. BelAZ 75710: this mining truck, built by the Belarusian company BelAZ, has a payload capacity of up to 450 metric tons (496 tons) and is considered the largest truck in the world.
  2. Caterpillar 797F: this mining truck, built by Caterpillar, has a payload capacity of up to 363 metric tons (402 tons) and is one of the largest trucks used in surface mining.
  3. Liebherr T 282B: this mining truck, built by Liebherr, has a payload capacity of up to 363 metric tons (402 tons) and is one of the largest trucks used in surface mining.
  4. Hitachi EH5000AC-3: this mining truck, built by Hitachi, has a payload capacity of up to 360 metric tons (396 tons) and is used in surface mining operations.
  5. Komatsu 960E-1: this mining truck, built by Komatsu, has a payload capacity of up to 360 metric tons (396 tons) and is used in surface mining operations.
    Nothing that these trucks are specialized vehicles designed for use in mining and other heavy-duty industries and are not typically found on public roads. Also, the ranking of trucks can change over time as new models are developed and introduced to the market.


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