The 67th edition of the IAA includes the complete commercial offer of vehicles powered by alternative energies of Iveco, within a 100% free of diesel pavilion.
Iveco presents its options for sustainable transport and zero emissions, with its current range of alternative tractions and its long-term vision, in collaboration with customers, partners and bodybuilders.
A round table will also be held in the pavilion to reflect on “The Energy Transition towards a sustainable future” and different workshops that are developed in collaboration with experts from the sector, customers and technical partners, to analyze the energy transition and the issues related to this process.
The global energy provider Shell will also be present at the Iveco stand, where it will develop its vision on the necessary decarbonisation of the transport sector. This process requires the use of new fuels and technologies and, in the framework of its collaboration with Iveco to promote the development of a network of electric and natural gas service stations, Shell also exhibits a CNG/LNG filling station and another one for electric charge in the pavilion.
At the booth, Iveco exhibits two models of Eurocargo designed for municipal missions. Both vehicles belong to the CNG version and already comply with the EURO VI Step D regulations regarding emission levels, one year in advance with respect to the established deadlines. One of the exposed models is equipped with a Meiller three-way tipper.
Iveco also collaborates with Carrier Transicold, in the area of an important industrial milestone: the new rigid Stralis NP truck, of 26 tons and with a 400 hp engine. The truck is equipped with a Frappa body platform and CNG Carrier Supra® technology. It is a breakthrough solution and 100% natural gas, totally free of diesel: a simple CNG truck with a refrigerated box.
For long distance missions, the solution proposed by Iveco is the LNG technology. In this sector, the brand has been a pioneer thanks to the Stralis NP, the first natural gas truck available in the market and designed especially for the long distance transport of goods, highlighting the Stralis NP 460 model, which in the last month of December was chosen Truck of the Year with low levels of carbon emissions in the United Kingdom.