IVECO’s new on- and off-road range for Africa and Middle East

XWayStralisMunich 186 MEAThe wide choice of features and components, the structural strength, and low kerb weight enable the vehicle for a variety of missions. (Image source: Iveco)Italian industrial vehicle manufacturer IVECO has announced to launch its on- and off-road range – Stralis X-Way, in the Middle East and Africa

According to IVECO, the Stralis X-Way aims to raise the stakes in light off-road missions with the biggest payload in its segment. Combining Iveco’s fuel-efficiency and safety technologies, it focuses on delivering high productivity with a low total cost of operation.

Integrating Iveco’s features for on-road missions, the Stralis X-Way has been designed aiming to enhance fuel economy and sustainability.

These include state-of-the-art systems, which integrate driving assistance functions such as economy power or EcoSwitch functionality, adaptative cruise control, ESP and lane departure warning system (LDWS).

In addition, the Stralis X-Way focuses on providing the comfort of the AS cabin, which has been designed around the driver for the long-haul missions of the Stralis.

The modular, mission-oriented approach of the Stralis X-Way further aims to provide flexibility in customising to the specific requirements of a wide variety of applications. It offers a choice of artic and rigid versions, different axles, suspensions, vehicle setups, engines and transmissions.

IVECO provides both the off-road construction segment such as tippers, pumps and cement mixers with the ‘Trakker’ and the ‘Astra’ models and the on-road segment for the long haulage distribution with the ‘Performer’ and the ‘Stralis,’ for a variety of industries ranging from mining and quarry, construction, logistics and transport, municipality and tenders.

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