by Adam Krawiec
The Biggest Dump Truck in the World!

BelAZ 75710

Manufactured by the Belarus (Autoworks)

BELAZ 75710 - The Biggest Dump Truck in the World.

Imagine a machine so colossal it could haul 450 tons of rock – that’s the equivalent of two and a half Blue Whales! This isn’t science fiction, gearheads, this is the awe-inspiring reality of the BELAZ 75710, the undisputed king of dump trucks. This behemoth is designed to meet the world’s ever-growing need for raw materials, redefining what’s possible for heavy machinery…

Origin and Innovation

Founded in 1948, the Belarusian Autoworks (BelAZ) is headquartered in Zhodino, Belarus. A leader in heavy equipment manufacturing, BelAZ specializes in large-scale mining and construction vehicles. The company’s reputation is globally recognized. Its flagship model, the BELAZ-75710, debuted in 2013. This vehicle highlights the company’s engineering prowess with its impressive load capacity and innovative hybrid propulsion system.

Capacity and Power

The BELAZ 75710 boasts astonishing technical prowess. Powered by two 16-cylinder turbocharged diesel engines, it delivers approximately 4,600 horsepower, literally moving mountains. Its all-wheel drive and massive 4-meter-high tires conquer the toughest terrains, from deep mines to rugged construction sites.

Hybrid Drive Innovation

The BELAZ 75710, an enormous mining truck, sets itself apart with an innovative diesel-electric hybrid system. Two diesel engines power electric generators, which in turn drive electric motors in the wheels. This allows for efficient fuel conversion and superior control over the truck’s power and torque – crucial for the massive loads it hauls. The hybrid system offers higher efficiency and performance with reduced environmental impact compared to traditional diesel-only engines.

The BelAZ 75710: 20-Meter-Long Giant
The BELAZ 75710, with its imposing 20 meters (approximately 65.6 feet) in length.

Awe-Inspiring Dimensions

Stretching an impressive 20.6 meters (67.5 feet) in length, the BELAZ 75710 is more akin to a moving building than a vehicle. Its length alone dwarfs any standard heavy-duty machinery. Yet, it’s the combination of its height and width that truly showcases its monumental scale. Towering at 8.1 meters (26.7 feet), it stands as tall as a two-story building. Additionally, its width spans a broad 9.9 meters (32.4 feet), ensuring stability and presence that is unmatched by any other vehicle in its class.


    • Length: 20.6 meters (67 ft 7 in)
    • Width: 9.87 meters (32 ft 4.5 in)
    • Height: 8.26 meters (27 ft 1.25 in)


    • Curb weight: 360,000 kg (793,664 lb)


    • Carrying capacity: 450 tonnes
    • Gross weight: 810 tonnes
    • Body volume geometric: 164.9 cubic meters
    • Body volume with a „cap”: 268.3 cubic meters


    • Engine: 2 x MTU DD16V4000 V16 diesel
    • Engine power: 1715 kW (2330 hp each)
    • Transmission: Siemens MMT500
    • Propulsion: Diesel-Electric


    • Maximum speed: 64 km/h
    • Fuel tank volume: 2 x 2800 liters
    • Fuel consumption: 1300 L/100 km


    • Tires: 59/80R63
    • Wheels: 44,00—63/50
    • Suspension: Pneumohydraulic, shock absorber diameter – 1700 mm
    • Traction unit model: Siemens MMT500
    • Traction generator model: 2 x YJ117A
    • Traction generator power: 1704 kW each
    • Wheel motor model: 4 x ITB3026-06-G-03
    • Motor-wheel power: 1200 kW each

Turning Radius: 19.8 meters

Manufactured by the Belarus Autoworks



The price for the BELAZ 75710 averages between $6 million and $7.5 million, depending on various factors such as customization and additional features.

The BELAZ 75710 is equipped with a powerful engine that delivers 2330 horsepower, allowing it to handle the most demanding hauling tasks.

The 59/80R63 tires used on the BELAZ 75710 are among the largest tires available for commercial vehicles. These tires have a diameter of approximately 4 meters (13 feet) and are about 1.5 meters (4.9 feet) wide, supporting the massive load capacity and weight of the truck.

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