Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

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#751 Post by leo.arevalo12ss » 17 Oct 2020 14:16

It is possible we get both new and classic cascadia trucks but it's a small chance
I bet things are gonna be teased :ugeek:

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#752 Post by harishw8r » 17 Oct 2020 14:28

I too want the Old Cascadia as much the new Cascadia. If only the old Cascadia comes first, that would be amazing, I could have all the olds in the fleet, and once the new Cascadia comes, I could replace the older ones with a newer model, just like how it happens irl. If both the models come together, I will not buy the new Cascadia for my fleet until the older ones touch the 500,000 mark at least. If only the new one comes, I'll completely forget about the older model.

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#753 Post by flight50 » 17 Oct 2020 14:31

All I know for sure is the new one comes. If we get the old, that will be a sweet bonus.

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#754 Post by leo.arevalo12ss » 17 Oct 2020 15:54

The classic cascadia actually uses the same steering wheel as the old actros that is in ets2 but I think the cascadia evolution uses the same steering wheel as the old actros but if uses the same gear selector and the indicator as the new actros
I bet things are gonna be teased :ugeek:

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#755 Post by Louis trucker 33 » 17 Oct 2020 17:54

Personally I don't think that SCS delivered the old Cascadia, it no longer offers it for sale, a brand always prefers to promote a new generation vehicle.

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#756 Post by leo.arevalo12ss » 17 Oct 2020 18:38

Maybe but both old and new cascadias are common in American highways and even though the old cascadia may not be in production anymore, it's still super common around the highways and you can't have old without new or old without new but let's see what happens
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#757 Post by ArikTheBuilder » 17 Oct 2020 19:09

Are there ingame files for the truck yet
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#758 Post by flight50 » 17 Oct 2020 19:17

Louis trucker 33 wrote:
17 Oct 2020 17:54
Personally I don't think that SCS delivered the old Cascadia, it no longer offers it for sale, a brand always prefers to promote a new generation vehicle.
It really all depend on what licenses SCS went after in 2018. They got a license for the new Cascadia 2 years ago. If they still continued and tried with the old Cascadia at the same time, its possible. The old Cascadia wasn't removed from the manufacturer's website until earlier this year. If Shredder or Pico Wine does not prove to be the old Cascadia, the chances are a tad slimmer then. I person don't expect the old Cascadia to phase out for another 3-4+ years in the US. When they do phase out here, you may see other countries buy them off. Not all countries can afford new truck but they do manage to take some of our old trucks.

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#759 Post by Louis trucker 33 » 17 Oct 2020 20:20

If the old Cascadia comes out this year it will still be cool.

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#760 Post by ArikTheBuilder » 18 Oct 2020 11:52

Skoot wrote:
10 Oct 2020 13:21
I think that Shredder and Pico Wine DLCs are either two Cascadias or Western Star 4900 and 5700XE, and they're going to release them on ATS's anniversary.
I actually think "Pico Wine" might relate to Wyoming actually, because it has some nice vineyards, but who knows...
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