|DAF XF 105||Space, Space Cab Plus, Super Space||360 hp (265 kW) – 510 hp (375 kW) Euro 4||ZF AS Tronic|
|DAF XF EURO 6||Space, Space Aero, Super Space||410 hp (303 kW) – 510 hp (375 kW) Euro 6||ZF AS Tronic|
|Iveco Stralis||Active Space, Active Super, Active Space Super||310 hp (231 kW) – 560 hp (418 kW) Euro 4||ZF AS Tronic|
|Iveco Stralis Hi-Way||Hi-Way||310 hp (231 kW) – 560 hp (418 kW) Euro 6||ZF Eurotronic|
|MAN TGX||XL, XLX, XXL||320 hp (235 kW) – 680 hp (500 kW) Euro 4||ZF AS Tronic|
|Mercedes-Benz Actros||Low Roof Sleeper, High Roof Sleeper, MegaSpace||320 hp (235 kW) – 598 hp (440 kW) Euro 4||PowerShift G281|
|Mercedes-Benz New Actros||StreamSpace, BigSpace, GigaSpace||421 hp (310 kW) – 625 hp (460 kw) Euro 6||PowerShift G281-12|
|Renault Magnum||Excellence||440 hp (323 kW) – 520 hp (382 kW) Euro 5||Optidrive|
|Renault Premium||Normal Roof, High Roof||380 hp (280 kW) – 460 hp (338 kW) Euro 5||Optidrive|
|Scania R||Normal, Highline, Topline||360 hp (265 kW) – 730 hp (537 kW) Euro 5/6||Opticruise GRSO 895/925|
|Scania Streamline||Normal, Highline, Topline||360 hp (265 kW) – 730 hp (537 kW) Euro 5/6||Opticruise GRSO 895/925|
|Volvo FH16 Classic||Sleeper, Globetrotter, Globetrotter XL||540 hp (397 kW) – 750 hp (551 kW) Euro 5||I-Shift ATO3512D|
|Volvo FH16||Sleeper, Globetrotter, Globetrotter XL||460 hp (338 kW) – 750 hp (551 kW) Euro 5/6||I-Shift ATO3512D|
Every truck brand in Euro Truck Simulator 2 offers one or two base models. Every model has a series of options that can be upgraded by the player's choice. As you increase in level, higher tier upgrade options become available. Normally, a truck can be upgraded with the options below:
Upgrading Types and Options:
- Tier 1 Cabin - Small overall size (eg. Sleeper (Volvo); Normal (Scania) )
- Tier 2 Cabin - Medium overall size (eg. Globetrotter (Volvo); Highline (Scania) )
- Tier 3 Cabin - Large overall size (eg. Globetrotter XL (Volvo); Topline (Scania) )
- Chassis (slightly affects stability, but upgrade means lower fuel tank capacity)
- 4x2 (single rear axle, has four wheels)
- 6x2 (two rear axles, both have four wheels, traction made by rear axle)
- 6x2/4 (two rear axles, middle has two wheels and turning assistance - rear has four wheels and makes traction)
- 6x2/4 Middle Taglift (two rear axles, middle has two wheels, turning assistance, can be lifted off the ground - rear has four wheels and makes traction)
- 6x2/4 Rear Taglift (two rear axles, both four wheels - rear axle can be lifted off the ground. On lifted position, traction is made by middle axle; on ground position, traction is made by rear axle)
- 6x4 (two rear axles, both axles have power going into them)
- Motors (see above)
- Transmission (the R series include a retarder which prevents the truck from accelerating too much down the hill and is seen as an "R" on the dashboard when activated)
- Interior Design
- Basic / Privilège (has a built-in GPS on the Mercedes-Benz New Actros, DAF XF Euro 6, Volvo FH16)
- Basic / Privilège UK (Right-side steering wheel and speedometer showing miles per hour (mph) )
- Exclusive / Excellence (has built-in GPS except in both Renault and Mercedes-Benz Actros)
- Exclusive / Excellence UK (Right-side steering wheel, has built-in GPS except in both Renault and Mercedes-Benz Actros)
- Exclusive V8 (Scania Only, has built-in GPS)
- Exclusive V8 UK (Scania Only, Right-side steering wheel, has built-in GPS)
- Paint Colors (Own truck factory paintjobs)
- Door handles
- Front/Top Grills and lights / air horns supporters
- Rear Bumper (DLC only)
- Interior (Interior view, custom License plates can be placed in the windshield, also used for interior customization mods)
Service ShopsEditService Shops can be found in every city of Euro Truck Simulator 2 European map. They can be visited 24/7 in order to repair truck damage, upgrade the truck or even to apply for a custom player paint job. In a designated group of cities, the Service Shop can be adjacent to a large Truck Dealership. However, some cities are also an exception - having a Service Shop and a Dealership, in two individual locations.
Damage is dealt when you collide with an object (sign, wall, barrier, AI car). It also accumulates while driving normally. This happens because the parts wear down in use, so regular maintenance is recommended even if you drive safely.
Damage is not visually simulated in the truck. It is simulated mechanically, however. Damage reduces the truck's overall performance - turning, throttle, handling, and even fuel consumption. Increased damage also adds a chance of having an engine malfunction - which will cause failures in the truck's battery and engine, and eventually, turn it off permanently if a critical damage percentage is reached.
It can be fixed by visiting a Service Shop, for a fee that will depend on the variety and percentage of damage. Repair prices range anywhere from €1 to €95,000 and tend to cost around €625 (£500) for each 1% of damage.
The player can also choose to call Emergency (via GPS - F7) at any point of the game, even while hauling a delivery. The emergency can transport the truck and cargo to the nearest city's Service Shop. This is useful in case of an unrecoverable crash, critical / total damage percent reached - or simply if the truck ran out of fuel.
Note, however, that Emergency transportation will have a cost that will vary according to the distance of the nearest Service Shop. This transportation will also take time - this means that if the player is hauling a cargo delivery, they will now have less time to deliver it.
See also Edit
- Euro Truck Simulator 2 Vehicles, a list of all vehicles in ETS2 (also non-playable vehicles)