Iveco Showcases the Line-Up at 2021 Brisbane Truck Show

Iveco has taken the opportunity to display key vehicles from its product line-up at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show.

IVECO is showcasing its model breadth across light, medium and heavy-duty weight classes at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show. Courtesy of Iveco

This year’s stand features vehicles ranging from a 4,495 kg GVM passenger car licence Daily E6, through to the latest generation 8×4 ACCO and 70t GCM highway range. All Iveco vehicles on the stand are Euro 6-rated, highlighting Iveco’s global commitment to minimising vehicle emissions years before it is mandated in the local market.

Iveco’s heavier line-up can be seen on stand with the Australian-made, 8×4 ACCO featuring a Superior Pak, front-loading compactor body.

The display includes Daily, Eurocargo, ACCO and a Highway model, all of which are Euro6-rated. Courtesy of Iveco

The ACCO has been a model for refuse collection applications for decades, with the latest range continuing this tradition having gained fast-growing acceptance in service-related industries since its launch.

The displayed vehicle is rated at 28.5 tonnes and features a ‘Cursor 9’ engine with output of 360 hp and 1650 Nm, and is coupled to the Allison Generation Five 3200 Series, 6-speed full automatic transmission. The truck also benefits from rear Iveco 8-bag Electronically-Controlled Air Suspension and rear Meritor axles, with driver-controlled diff. locks for additional traction.

Another key element of the IVECO display is safety, with all show models boasting high safety content. Courtesy of Iveco

Another key component of the latest ACCO range is its array of safety equipment which includes Electronic Stability Program, Advanced Emergency Braking System and Adaptive Cruise Control as standard, along with optional Lane Departure Warning System, hydraulic retarder, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System and Driver Attention Support.

In the medium weight class, Iveco is represented by the Eurocargo ML160 4×2 featuring 16 tonne GVM, 28t GCM and the proven 280 hp / 1000 Nm ‘Tector 7’ and ZF 9-speed driveline combination.

At the rear of the stand, IVECO is also showcasing the capabilities of its proprietary Telematics system with real-time demonstrations. Courtesy of Iveco

The Eurocargo’s safety offering is a highlight of the range with the availability of a driver airbag, Electronic Stability Program, Anti-Slip Regulator, Hill-Holder, Advanced Emergency Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Departure Warning System.

Representing the recently-launched new Daily E6 light duty range is the limited edition, 45C180 ‘Tradie-Made’ work-ready model, which is helping position Daily E6 as the leading European cab chassis in the Australian market.

The display vehicle features a 180 hp engine and 8-speed full automatic transmission combination, and is equipped with a factory 3.1 m, heavy-duty aluminium tray; a 4.2 m tray variant is also available in the Tradie-Made range.

Safety in the new Daily E6 includes four airbags, Advanced Emergency Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Crosswind Assist and an ‘ESP9’ suite of stability control technologies as standard.

From passenger car licence Daily to the 70t GCM highway range, there’s an IVECO for just about every application. Courtesy of Iveco

Other active safety features, including Lane Departure Warning System, full LED headlamps, Hill Descent Control, City Brake, Queue Assist and Traction Plus, are available as either stand-alone options or as part of ‘Pack’ option upgrades.

Capping off Iveco’s 2021 Brisbane Truck Show presence is one of the company’s heavy duty ‘Highway’ models.

Like the other vehicles on the Iveco stand, Iveco’s ‘Highway’ heavy-duty display model features high levels of performance, safety and comfort.

The display model has a GCM of >70 t and is powered by a ‘Cursor 13’ engine which develops up to 550 hp. The power plant is matched to the clever, Hi-Tronix 16-speed automated manual transmission.

Standard safety features of Iveco’s ‘Highway’ heavy duty range – which is also available in 6×4 and 8×4 rigid configurations – include Advanced Emergency Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control and Electronic Stability Program; extra optional safety equipment, including Lane Departure Warning System, Driver Attention Support and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, is also available.

In addition to its support of the Brisbane Truck Show, Iveco, in conjunction with Q-FE and Trout River, is also supporting the “Southbank Truck Festival” with display of a Q-FE “Road Ant”.

The “Road Ant” is a dual control, forward-moving, aggregate spreader, based on an ACCO 6×4 fitted with a Trout River, asphalt-compatible body and 10-gate chip spreader. The vehicle has been developed and built to comply with VicRoads Standard 408.11. A standard that mandates that all aggregate spreaders, working in sprayed sealing applications, are required to be forward-moving from 1 July, 2022.

The Q-FE Road Ant can be driven independently from both ends of the vehicle and includes extensive safety features that are engaged when driving the vehicle from either end.

The IVECO team led by Managing Director, Mike May (blue suit), prepare to meet customers. Courtesy of Iveco'
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