The 67th edition of the IAA Commercial Vehicles (IAA), taking place from the 20th of September to the 27th 2018, will see IVECO dedicating its presence to sustainable transport. On its stand at the Low Emission Area it will showcase its full offering of alternative traction vehicles available on the market that are capable of matching the requirements of every mission, from passenger transport to long-distance haulage.

IVECO is also supporting the development of the refuelling infrastructure and, at the IAA 2018, its stand will feature the global energy supplier Shell, which shares its belief that the decarbonisation of the transport sector requires a range of fuels and technologies.

“At IAA, with its Diesel Free stand illustrating a Low Emission Area, IVECO, in collaboration with SHELL, will demonstrate that its Electric, CNG and LNG full offering is available today as a viable alternative to diesel vehicles. Visitors to the exhibition will discover a stand full of alternative traction vehicles, developed with customers and body builder partners, covering every mission – and not a single diesel engine in sight,” said Pierre Lahutte, IVECO Brand President.

IVECO will have on display 18 vehicles, which will showcase its sustainable solutions, from city people mobility all the way to long-haul freight. For city public transport, the stand will showcase the approaches CNH Industrial’s two bus brands have adopted towards achieving sustainable mobility.

HEULIEZ BUS, which pioneered electric technology to become the leader in France for urban transport and number one for hybrids in Continental Europe, has taken the path of advanced battery technology, while IVECO BUS has taken the path of reducing the battery on board the vehicle to a minimum with its In-Motion-Charging technology featured in the new electric IVECO BUS Crealis on display.

For urban and suburban transport, IVECO will show five versions of the Daily Hi-Matic Natural Power, the first CNG vehicle with an 8-speed automatic gearbox in the LCV industry and a Daily Electric Minibus.

Furthemore, for longer distance missions with city centre and night time deliveries, IVECO will show a 26-ton Stralis NP 400 rigid with refrigerated body, featuring for the first time a Carrier Supra CNG technology to power the cooling group.All the vehicles on display show IVECO’s commitment to delivering low Total Cost of Ownership to the benefit of its customers’ profitability.