IVECO STRALIS NP 460 wins ‘Sustainable Truck of the Year 2019’ title | TRANSPORT NEWS

The Stralis NP 460 confirms its position as European leader and receives the ‘Sustainable Truck of the Year 2019’ prize in the prime mover category. The award, which is sponsored by Vado e Torno magazine in collaboration with Lifegate, was presented at Ecomondo 2018, the international event dedicated to all circular economy industry sectors…

IVECO is once again a winner, having been awarded this prestigious recognition in 2017 for the New Daily Electric in the VAN category and the Eurocargo CNG in the DISTRIBUTION category, and in 2018 for the Daily Blue Power, again in the VAN category. IVECO also won the ‘Sustainable Bus of the Year 2018’ for the Crossway LE NP in the inter-urban category, and the 2019 title for the Crealis 18 m in the urban category.

” The Stralis NP 460 is equipped with a Cursor 13 NP engine, developed in order to perform impeccably on the most demanding missions, and protected by two patents. The first one covers the anti-detonation control system, which makes it possible to improve performance while ensuring maximum fuel compatibility, and protecting the engine and the three-way catalyst from the risk of misfiring,” said .Pierre Lahutte, IVECO Brand President

“The second patent covers the reactive air flow control system, a new stoichiometric ratio control logic which is applied during gear changes. This ensures continuous torque delivery during gear shifts in the automated gearbox, ensuring optimised performance and maximum shift speed,” added Mr. Lahutte.

The award confirms once more IVECO’s leadership in the energy transition towards a post-diesel era, also demonstrated at the Hanover trade fair, where the brand was the first manufacturer to present a 100 per cent diesel-free stand. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IVECO Stralis NP 460_1.jpg: The LNG-powered Stralis NP 460 has been awarded ‘Sustainable Truck of the Year 2019’.

 

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