Iveco to premiere New Stralis TCO2 at IAA Hanover

Iveco To Premiere New Stralis TCO2 At IAA Hanover

Iveco will give its New Stralis, the so-called TCO2 Champion, its world premiere at the 66th IAA Commercial Vehicles show, being staged in Hanover from 22 29 September 2016.

The firm claims that New Stralis s new driveline available in here variants offers best in class reliability and efficiency, while also delivers leading low total cost of operation (TCO), and CO2 reduction hence the name.

New Stralis XP one of the international long-haul variants is claimed to deliver fuel savings of up to 11%, while Iveco s new-generation up-time services add further savings of up to 3%, resulting in an estimated 5.6% reduction in TCO.

Meanwhile, New Stralis NP (natural power), which runs on CNG and LNG (compressed and liquefied natural gas), represents what Iveco describes as a breakthrough for gas trucks.

That is because its new engine delivers 400bhp and 1,700 Nm torque equal to the diesel sweet spot while the drivetrain continues with an automated transmission.

Together, these contribute to a 3% reduction in TCO, compared to the previous model, which already showed fuel pump savings up to 40% against diesel.

And the NP-CNG-LNG continues with the introduction not only of the latest new Euro 6 Step C compliant ML160 (16 tonne) version of Iveco s mid-weight Eurocargo truck, now with full air suspension, but also a gas NP variant.

The New Eurocargo Natural Power takes a new 204bhp engine that delivers 750Nm of torque from 1,400 1,800 rpm a full 100Nm more than its predecessor.

This too meets Euro 6 Step C emissions standards, due to come into force at the end of this year, and has been engineered to run on bio-methane derived from biomass or organic waste.

It is also 3dB quieter than the equivalent diesel Eurocargo, again as a result of its engine technologies meaning it can be taken into restricted traffic zones, inclouding for night-time work.

Iveco says New Eurocargo NP has a range of 400km, and is designed formulti-drop urban distribution.

Author
Brian Tinham[1]

Related Companies
Iveco Ltd[2]

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  1. ^ Brian Tinham (www.transportengineer.org.uk)
  2. ^ Iveco Ltd (www.transportengineer.org.uk)
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