The world’s five largest mining haul trucks

Mining Australia takes a look at the world's largest five mining trucks, and the new contender set to hit the scene later this year.

Mining Australia takes a look at the world's largest five mining trucks, and the new contender set to hit the scene later this year.

5. Hitachi EH5000

Height: 7.2 meters
Length: 14.4 meters
Payload: 315 tonnes
Engine Power: 2013 kW

4. Komatsu 930E

Height: 7.4 meters
Length: 15.6 meters
Payload: 321 tonnes
Engine Power: 2013 kW

3. Caterpillar 797

Height: 7.2 meters
Length: 14.5 meters
Payload: 380 tonnes
Engine Power: 2513 kW

2. Liebherr T 282

Height: 7.4 meters
Length: 14.5 meters
Payload: 396 tonnes
Engine Power: 2513 kW

1. Terex MT 6300AC

Height: 7.9 meters
Length: 15.6 meters
Payload: 400 tonnes
Engine Power: 2796 kW

However, later this year Belaz is set to release an even larger truck.

It's new truck will have a payload capacity of 450 tonnes, dwarfing these current largest trucks on the market.

While no solid information has been released on the truck, it is understood that it will be launched next month.

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