Fans of adventure travel visiting the stand will appreciate the 55S18 WS
. With its off-road single tyring, the elasticity of the three-litre power unit, and up to 24 gears, its only limits are the laws of physics. Many superstructure manufacturers use this robust and installation-friendly chassis as the base for their expedition models.
Not on the stand, but nevertheless visible with several bodybuilder manufacturers, is the Eurocargo. As far as safety is concerned, it sets standards - equipped with an adaptive cruise control (ACC) and automatic emergency braking system (AEBS), your guardian angel will always be with you. The cruise control responds to obstacles and even initiates an emergency braking if the driver fails to react to warning indications. This emergency braking function can be overridden by intuitive driver reactions, such as indicating or braking. Otherwise, the same applies to the Eurocargo: your holiday begins the moment you leave home. The sonorous sixcylinder engine and precisely coordinated gear shifting strategy, which automatically determines the appropriate gear pairing in the automatic transmission, ensure a relaxed drive.
In this way, IVECO is defining the state of the art. Despite modern Diesel’s high efficiency and proven CO2 potential, it is the subject of frequent discussion. As a globally active manufacturer, IVECO naturally has to consider several possible future scenarios, one of which could be electromobility. To show just what is possible, a concept vehicle is on display at the Dethleffs stand. The motorhome presented - the Daily Electric 50 C 80 E - is purely electric in all of its functions, and as such constitutes a world premiere.
There is of course already an alternative, in the form of a natural-gas powered Daily. With three litres of cubic capacity and 136 hp, it is able to propel even heavy motorhomes quickly and quietly, thanks to its 360 Nm torque level. Europe has a suitably dense network of fuelling stations to ensure reliable energy supplies.
As an international manufacturer, Iveco has a dense network of service operations all over Europe, along with sophisticated spare parts logistics. As motorhomes have different requirements to trucks, IVECO has set up 400 Service Camper Centers throughout Europe, equipped to serve the needs of motorhome users. Fifty-one of these outstanding Camper Centers in Europe are certified.