Chicago Unveils World’s Fastest Tow Truck

The new nuclear-powered Cummings D1000 can snatch a car in under 3 seconds and travels at 160 MPH.

Chicago, Illinois - A new tow truck powered with a 2000 horsepower engine and plasma hydraulics is towing illegally parked vehicles so fast that some are calling the method unsafe.

The Detroit Auto Show is known for unveiling cars that makes the public dream about the future. Today, Cummings Corporation unveiled their new flagship towing vehicle that is powered by a 12-cylinder, fission-powered engine and uses powerful plasma hydraulics capable of lifting 12 tons in just a few seconds.