Belaz 75710

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Lo and behold the Belaz 75710 – the largest mining dump truck in the world. The massive vehicle is 20.6m long, 8.16m high and 9.87m wide and pr...

Lo and behold the Belaz 75710 – the largest mining dump truck in the world. The massive vehicle is 20.6m long, 8.16m high and 9.87m wide and provides a payload capacity of 496 tons. Launched in 2013, the ultra-heavy dump truck features two 16-cylinder turbocharged diesel engines with a power output of 2,300 HP. The 75710 uses electromechanical transmission powered by alternating current and has a top speed of 64 mph. 

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