Peterbilt UltraLoft Sleeper now available on Model 567

Peterbilt UltraLoft Sleeper now available on Model 567

Peterbilt Motors Co. announced the availability of the Model 567 in an UltraLoft sleeper configuration.

By optimizing the space available, the UltraLoft integral sleeper includes expansive storage and comfort features, including 8 ft. of headroom and 70 cu. ft. of overall storage, the company says. The UltraLoft also gives drivers the large upper and lower bunk mattresses, ample headroom in both bunks and creature comforts of home with space to accommodate the a microwave and enough room to fit a 32-inch flat screen TV, Peterbilt noted.

Interior updates to the Model 567 include the 15-in. digital display with a customizable user interface and PTO integration. Additional driver comforts found inside include more cabin storage, two permanent cup holders and options for 12-volt or USB charging ports, the company noted.

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