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SISU Polar truck

Last year, we powered Europe’s first hybrid heavy truck. With a 900-horsepower engine, the SISU Hybrid truck is more powerful than its diesel counterpart while producing lower carbon emissions. The truck really does have it all. Just ask professional drag racing champion Jari Halinen, who became the truck’s first owner! EDITRON electric drivetrain system gives you the extra power needed in demanding circumstances. 

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