Red, orange, white
Pacific Flyer Railroad cargo train
Trev is diesel-electric locomotive, that has been working for Pacific Flyer Railroad as long sturdy streamlined cargo train for many decades. During that time they have witness construction and opening of Interstate 40 and following downfall and disappearance of small town they used to pass throw. Trev loves nighttime trips across the desert under the light of full Moon as its gave her time to be alone and feeling of continuity in their life.
Trev is a 1949 EMD F3 Trevithick Streamlined Electro-Diesel Locomotive. They are painted red and orange, with thin black stripes painted on the white background across their sides. Their train registration number is A113.
- Working for Pacific Flyer Railroad, Trev Diesel has seen a lot of changes alongside his tracks. He's witnessed the coming of the Interstate and the disappearance of many of the small towns he used to pass through, but he's still going strong. He still loves pulling a long haul across the desert at night. It's so peaceful - just Trev, the full moon, and the jackalopes.
- source: Car Finder
- Trev Diesel has seen a lot in her time on the railroad, from the dawn of the Interstate to the vanishing of tiny towns. Through it all, Trev chugs on strongly and loves nothing more than a nighttime trip across the desert, beneath a full moon - the one thing in Trev's life that remains constant.
- source: Meet the Cars, 2017 edition
- The code on Trev's headlights, A113, is a code that is present in several Pixar films. It is a reference to the classroom in Calarts, where several Pixar animators attended.
- In Planes: The Video Game, several trains that look similar to Trev appear on the Deadstick Desert landmark. However, these locomotives do not have red lines on their fronts, and the red paint on his front does not merge into the orange paint. The A113 code is also not present.
- While referring to Trev, Car Finder uses male pronounce while Meet the Cars female.
- In 2017 edition of book Meet the Cars, Trev's model was describes as JLS Electro-matic.