Tag Archives: Next Generation

V8 APPEAL | TRUCK REVIEW – Scania Next Generation

Scania’s Next Generation V8 R620 comes under the spotlight – Words by Brenton O’Connor – Images by Mark Bean In developing the design of the Next Generation range of trucks, Scania has followed four key factors, concentrating on safety, fuel efficiency, driving enjoyment and uptime. All major components of the trucks have been redesigned including cabs, engines, transmissions and suspensions, ...

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BRAVE NEW WORLD | TRUCK REVIEW – Scania Next Generation

Scania launches its Next Generation attack: Ed Higginson takes the wheel of the new G500 – Images by Mark Bean. With autonomy being the buzzword for future truck design, the launch of the Next Generation Scania truck range poses the question of could we be seeing the last time that truck cabs are launched that still focus on the driver? ...

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The V8 Love Affair | TRUCK REVIEW – Scania Next Generation

Australians love V8s, and Brenton O’Connor put Scania to the test in advance of the launch of its Next Generation truck range V8 engines certainly have their place in the history of trucking. But, one by one, manufacturers in the US, Europe and Japan have reverted to inline six-cylinder engines, with Mercedes-Benz being the most recent through its HDEP programme ...

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The Safe Swede | Truck Review-Scania

Don’t expect pointless videos dreamed up by an obscure marketing guru, with Scania it’s all about making the best choices for the customer. There’s a refreshingly honest attitude of doing business that comes through every conversation with the senior executives at Scania. And it’s a way of doing business that extends right down through the ranks, from the boardroom to ...

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Keeping Up Appearances | TRUCK REVIEW

Ed Higginson joins the Scania Master Trainers to keep his skill set up to date before the launch of the New Generation truck range in 2018 Have you ever jumped behind the wheel of a modern truck recently and wondered what all the buttons, symbols and acronyms meant? No matter how much effort is made by truck designers to make ...

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