Major European publications conducted road press tests that confirmed that IVECO is the best choice for both gas and diesel. The tests established he competitiveness of the Stralis XP Diesel and confirm the Stralis NP 460 as a top ranker in the market, both with excellent fuel efficiency.
IVECO’s Natural Power Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) technology is a viable and financially profitable solution to achieve sustainable long-haul transport. Over 3,000 Stralis NP are being used in the fleets of more than 400 logistics operators on the major European transport routes, while for the Stralis NP 460 tractors IVECO has already registered more than 1,000 orders in 12 European countries just eight months after its launch.
“Are you still doubting between gas and diesel? The best choice is IVECO. We knew our latest Stralis 480 XP was very good and positioned already among the top market players in terms of fuel efficiency, but our Stralis NP 460 achieved breakthrough results in recent tests conducted by leading European publications in real driving conditions,” said Pierre Lahutte, IVECO Brand President.
The Stralis NP 460 in single-fuel version with double LNG tanks has a range of up to 1,600 km and delivers a performance that is equal to an equivalent diesel truck, with the advantage of exceptionally low fuel consumption. It uses up to 15% less fuel, which added to the lower cost of natural gas compared to diesel, results in significant savings.
IVECO’s natural power technology, together with the fast-developing distribution network, makes the Stralis NP the real, immediately available solution for logistics operators to achieve a sustainable fleet with no compromise on performance and efficiency – giving benefits to their profitability and new business opportunities as the demand for sustainable transport grows.
With the further development of the distribution network, more logistics operators will join the ranks of the many who have already converted to natural gas with the Stralis NP – leading companies such as early adopter Perrenot, and most recently, Vega Trans, FERCAM, Primafrio and DHL Freight.