Everyone knows that long-head trucks are the mainstream in the United States, while domestic flat-head trucks are the absolute mainstream. Chinese trucks tend to have more European designs.
This can be seen from the imported models entering China. Volvo, Scania, MAN and other models account for most of the domestic imported heavy truck market. The flat-head design of European trucks also affects domestic trucks, such as Kenworth. American heavy trucks such as, Peterbilt and MARK are rare to see.
American heavy trucks have their own characteristics, and the majestic appearance of long-head trucks is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Although American trucks are rarely seen on weekdays, it does not prevent us from understanding its unique culture.