Definition of cab-forward in English:

cab-forward

Syllabification: cab-for·ward
Pronunciation: /ˌkabˈfôrwərd
 
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adjective

[attributive]
(Of the design of a car or truck) having the driver’s or passenger compartment placed so as to extend further forward than the standard position.
More example sentences
  • According to the company, the concept truck, with its cab-forward design, focuses on offering sedan-like ride, handling, space, comfort and luxury.
  • They then played with cab-forward design, edgy lines and the militaristic hard-edged style that dominated last year's auto show circuit.
  • Compared to today's cars where you can't even see the bonnet due to their cab-forward design, its quite a departure for those not familiar with the Morgan design.

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