Caterpillar has launched the latest version of its 777, an off-highway truck the company says now has more visibility, improved operator comfort and better fuel efficiency.

Powered by a Cat C32 ACERT Tier 4 Final engine delivering 1,025 gross horsepower, the new 777G also features a 7-percent increase in torque and a higher top speed of 41.7 miles per hour.

Maybe the marquee feature of this new truck is the redesigned cab. Cat says it is easier to enter and exit and features a new operator seat on the left and a more comfortable trainer seat on the right.

The cab also features more interior space for storage and a new console with an integrated hoist-and-shift lever. Cat says the new design also increases visibility.

Cat says the 777G’s major structures are designed to last through “more than one powertrain life cycle,” thanks to box-section castings in high-stress areas, a new front frame design that increases approach angle on ramps and grades, and a heavy-duty rear axle housing.

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Rated payload for the truck is 98.4 tons, with a standard-body volume of 83.8 cubic yards. The Dual Slope Body, designed for optimum material retention on haul roads with steep slopes, carries material low and centered. Heaped capacity on the Dual Slope Body is 78.8 cubic yards in its standard configuration.

The truck also has two operating modes and a few other features that save on fuel. Here’s how they break down:

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