New dual-energy concept

State-of-the-art alternative traction concept revealed by Iveco

Iveco has revealed its new dual-energy concept
Iveco display stand

Iveco has revealed its state-of-the-art alternative traction concept, along with several models from its Daily range, at the 91st European Motor Show at the Brussels Expo in Brussels, which started on 11 January and which will run until the 20th.

Sustainable mobility is the central theme of the Iveco stand, with five new Daily models on display, including one electric-powered model and one powered by natural gas.

Another main attraction on the stand is the new Iveco Dual-Energy concept, which made its international debut last September in Hanover. It will be displayed on the chassis of a lightweight hybrid diesel vehicle.

Iveco believes that, today, no single alternative solution can be applied to all types of transport missions. This is why Iveco continues to pursue different directions where it is committed to guaranteeing continuous improvement in the efficiency of Diesel engines, as well as the manufacturing of vehicles using alternative drive systems that operate on natural gas, electric or hybrid power, which are suited for all various transportation needs.

This commitment to developing alternative power sources is demonstrated by the fact that Iveco is the European leader in the field of natural gas vehicles. The company offers a full range of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles: from the 3.5-tonne Natural Power Daily to the 16-tonne Eurocargo and 40-tonne Stralis CNG. In total, there are about 12 000 Iveco natural gas vehicles today in circulation in public and private fleets, of which approximately 5 000 are Daily, 2 000 medium and heavy-range vehicles, and approximately 5 000 buses.

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