Iveco Stralis: a road range entirely renewed over four years

The launch of the Stralis range represents the culmination of the evolution of Iveco heavy duty road vehicles which began in 1998.

The first stages were the presentation of the three engines in the Cursor family (from 240 to 480 HP), the new automated gearboxes, and a four-disc electronically controlled braking system, as well as the adoption of electronic management and interaction of the drive train and chassis.

The following new features now being presented are just as important as the previous ones, and, as they impact with image, may be even more so:

- the cab: exterior styling and aerodynamic functions

- the driving position and dashboard

- living space in the cab

- the range of engines on offer, completed with the 540 HP version of the Cursor 13

- extended electronic systems to the full range of vehicle controls.

To signal the completion of the transformation process, Iveco has created a new name for its range of heavy duty road vehicles: Stralis.

Iveco has pursued three clear objectives from the outset:

- to offer vehicles which would respond to the changing needs of transport today;

- to reduce operating costs (fuel and oil consumption);

- to reduce maintenance costs (service and downtime).


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