Kenworth Renton Assembly Plant

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Washington state is home to hundreds of large and well-known industries, amongst which one stands out due to its connection to our game - Kenworth's Truck Plant located in the city of Renton, WA. They have been making trucks in the Seattle area since 1993. With numerous new vehicles rolling off the assembly line each day, it adds a whole new level of immersion to include such an iconic truck-manufacturing facility into our upcoming map expansion for American Truck Simulator.


With courtesy of Kenworth and thanks to their cooperation, we were able to replicate the important parts of the assembly plant. From the goods-receiving section, through to the storage and production halls, and finally to the administrative area - they all come together to form one of the largest depots in both of our truck sims, enhanced with every little detail to be as accurate as possible!​


We can't wait for you to visit this area and tell us your thoughts. We're excited to have you experience both the truck plant itself and also the new cargo you'll find here (aside from the more regular loads) - a Saddle-mounted truck transport, also known as a Piggyback transport. But for now, here's a fresh batch of pictures - looks great, doesn't it?​



Read on the SCS Blog...
(Credit: SCS Software)
 
Jun 28, 2018
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Washington state is home to hundreds of large and well-known industries, amongst which one stands out due to its connection to our game - Kenworth's Truck Plant located in the city of Renton, WA. They have been making trucks in the Seattle area since 1993. With numerous new vehicles rolling off the assembly line each day, it adds a whole new level of immersion to include such an iconic truck-manufacturing facility into our upcoming map expansion for American Truck Simulator.





With courtesy of Kenworth and thanks to their cooperation, we were able to replicate the important parts of the assembly plant. From the goods-receiving section, through to the storage and production halls, and finally to the administrative area - they all come together to form one of the largest depots in both of our truck sims, enhanced with every little detail to be as accurate as possible!






We can't wait for you to visit this area and tell us your thoughts. We're excited to have you experience both the truck plant itself and also the new cargo you'll find here (aside from the more regular loads) - a Saddle-mounted truck transport, also known as a Piggyback transport. But for now, here's a fresh batch of pictures - looks great, doesn't it?












Read on the SCS Blog...
(Credit: SCS Software)
*applauds loudly*