Iveco has launched the S-WAY artic which will replace the Stralis as the flagship of a renewed range of heavy trucks that designed to reduce total cost of ownership.
There is a new cab focused on providing a spacious environment, improved aerodynamics and improved visibility all around and in all conditions.
It reckons the optimised aerodynamic performance, increases the vehicle’s fuel efficiency by up to 4 per cent.
There are also design features such as a multi-piece bumper that reduces repair costs, as only the affected part needs to be replaced in the event of damage.
Iveco has introduces a new Connectivity Box that collects, processes and exchanges data in real time. It uses a service platform developed in partnership with Microsoft that provides safe data storage and management, and many value-added services. Owners and drivers are constantly connected with the vehicle on their mobile device or PC through the MyIveco portal and app.
The company highlighted further reductions in emissions including particulate matter, NOx and CO2. There is also an LNG version which delivers particulate matter emissions 99 per cent lower than diesel, as well as 90 per cent less NO2. With biomethane, CO2 is 95 per cent lower, near zero.