November 27, 2014 – Press Release
Peterbilt's new special edition Pride & Class Model 389
Peterbilt's new special edition Pride & Class Model 389, now in production, sports many unique features that pay tribute to the brand's history.
Among them is a louvered grille design reminiscent of the Model 351, first manufactured in 1954, with polished-metal hood air intake vents fashioned in the style of the original 1939’s egg-crate grille pattern. Bright metal front fenders are evocative of the Model 379X, says Peterbilt, with a large polished exterior sun visor, bumper, and exhaust stacks. Polished rocker panels complement the bright cowl skirts, battery box, fuel tanks, and trimmed mud flaps.
The interior comes standard with Peterbilt’s Platinum interior and features many unique accents, such as blackwood trim accents throughout, including the dash, door pads, and sleeper cabinets. There are chrome door handles, bright-bezel gauges, and a special four-spoke metal steering wheel with leather wrap, plus premium black leather seats and thick black carpeting throughout the cab and sleeper.
The Model 389 Pride & Class edition can be ordered as a day cab or with a 72- or 78-in. sleeper.