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INTRODUCING ®


THE BEST FUEL EFFICIENCY PACKAGE IN THE INDUSTRY.


WHEN IT COMES TO FUEL EFFICIENCY, WE’RE NOT JUST BLOWING SMOKE.


Say hello to the ProStar® ES, with the best aerodynamics on the road today. But that’s just part of the story. Because the ProStar® ES is part of an ecosystem that balances superior aerodynamics with an optimized drivetrain, customized by our highly experienced Performance Engineering Team and monitored through our exclusive OnCommand™ Connection system. It’s a revolutionary new package designed to save you fuel.


SUPERIOR AERODYNAMICS


ProStar® ES was developed to have the lowest Wind Averaged Drag


Coeffi cient in the industry. And its supremacy in crosswinds makes it the most aerodynamic tractor, in real-world conditions, on the road today.


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OPTIMIZED DRIVETRAIN


The ProStar® ES offers the Cummins ISX15 engine paired with the


Eaton Cummins SmartAdvantage™ powertrain, as well as Navistar’s N13 engine and the Eaton Navistar powertrain combination. Both are


matched with the most effi cient rear axles in the industry.


PERFORMANCE ENGINEERING TEAM The very team that created the ProStar® ES, with their decades of experience, can work with you to further refi ne your spec to be optimized for your specifi c duty cycles.


OnCOMMAND™ CONNECTION


ProStar® ES includes a 3-year subscription* to OnCommand™


Connection — a predictive diagnostic portal designed to monitor your truck in real-time to ensure it’s running at maximum effi ciency.


* Requires telematics device. Visit InternationalTrucks.com/ProStarES to learn more today.


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