Peterbilt is a truck manufacturer in American Truck Simulator. Peterbilt is one of two truck companies, the other being Kenworth. It is also included in 18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul under the name Pacific, because SCS Software didn't have the license for Peterbilt trucks.
The headquarters of Peterbilt are located in Denton, Texas. Compared to other trucks, Peterbilt trucks are quite cheap, making it a good option for beginners buying their first truck.
Peterbilt manufactures a variety of trucks in real life, but in American Truck Simulator there are only the Peterbilt 579 and the Peterbilt 389, while in 18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul there are seven models, all which are unbranded.
|Model name||18 Wheels of Steel name||Image|
|Peterbilt 320||Pacific 320|
|Peterbilt 351||Pacific 351|
|Peterbilt 357||Pacific 357|
|Peterbilt 362||Pacific 362|
|Peterbilt 379||Pacific 379|
|Peterbilt 377||Pacific 385|
|Peterbilt 387||Pacific 387|
Available engines Edit
This table is only relevant to the Peterbilt 579 in ATS.
|Cummins ISX 12||370 hp||1,100 rpm||Base|
|Paccar Mx-13||455 hp||1,000 rpm||6|
|Paccar Mx-13||500 hp||1,100 rpm||12|
|Cummins ISX 15||550 hp||1,200 rpm||18|
See also Edit
| Euro Truck Simulator|
|Majestic Actros - Runner Magnum - Swift R - Valiant FH16|
| Euro Truck Simulator 2|
|DAF: XF 105, XF Euro 6 - Iveco: Stralis, Stralis Hi-Way - MAN: TGX, TGX Euro 6 - Mercedes-Benz: Actros, New Actros - Renault: Magnum, Premium - Scania: R, R 2009, S, Streamline - Volvo: FH16 2009, FH16 2012
Upcoming: Renault T
| American Truck Simulator|
|Kenworth: T680, W900 - Peterbilt: 389, 579 - Volvo: VNL|