2016: Scania creates the world’s first clock made of trucks

2016: Scania creates the world’s first clock made of trucks

Tick, tock, truck. Scania takes on the toughest challenge of them all – the race against time. A challenge that involved 14 trucks having to keep track of every second. Literally. In 2016 at a deserted airfield in the middle of nowhere, Scania creates a gigantic clock made out of trucks – one that runs for 24 hours straight. The process of setting up the world’s first clock consisting entirely of trucks required 14 trucks, 90 drivers and 750,000 square feet of deserted airfield. The clock was set up to prove that regardless of whether you are hauling grain or fuel, transporting timber or building a 750,000-square-foot clock – Scania can always offer a tailored solution.