Bendix Wingman Fusion now standard on International on-highway trucks

Bendix Wingman Fusion now standard on International on-highway trucks

International Truck now offers Bendix Wingman Fusion as standard equipment on the entire lineup of on-highway tractors, including the LoneStar, LT Series and RH Series.

Bendix Wingman Fusion integrates radar, camera, and the vehicle’s brake system into a driver assistance system that delivers driver alerts and interventions to help them mitigate rear-end collisions, rollovers, and loss-of-control situations.

“As part of our DriverFirst philosophy, we concentrate on consistently improving the overall driver experience, specifically safety,” said Jim Nachtman, director of heavy-duty marketing for International Truck. “Partnering with Bendix to make Fusion standard on all of International Truck’s heavy-duty vehicles makes for an important joint contribution to make North American roadways safer for everyone.”

“Bendix’s ongoing partnership with Navistar is built on years of shared commitment to driver, vehicle and highway safety,” said Scott Burkhart, Bendix vice president of sales, marketing and business development. “International Truck’s positioning of Wingman Fusion as standard equipment on its complete line of on-highway tractors is both a point of pride for the entire Bendix team and another step forward alongside a true leader in our industry.”

You can read more details about Wingman Fusion in our safety system roundup here.

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