LNG-fueled trucks, first low deck vehicles

Four Stralis NP 460 Low Tractor delivered in Rovereto

Iveco is launching first vehicles that combine low floor and LNG power feeding in order to ensure high performance and both environmental and economic sustainability. Last week in Rovereto 4 vehicles of the Stralis NP 460 CV type fueled with liquefied gas were delivered to the Arcese Group. A message explains that they “further expand the offer for the client and meet the needs of transportation that requires basically customized volumes and sizes.”
LNG-fueled low deck Stralis, intended both for national and European routes, will make it possible for the logistics company based in Trento  to test the performance and management costs of these vehicles, supported by a technology designed to determine a significant reduction on consumption and polluting emissions: 90% less NO2, 99% less PM and, in case biomethane is used, 95% less CO2 vs. equivalent diesel versions.
“Our company has always followed technological evolution and now the interest for research and innovation works in practice as a series of activities and projects aimed to show the readiness to invest in LNG as alternative to diesel fuel, to make our transportation services even more sustainable,” declared Corporate COO of the Arcese Group, Marco Manfredini.


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12 April 2019 - 14:20 CEST