Scania Nextgen LNG on test

Scania Nextgen LNG on test

Scania is testing the new generation trucks on LNG. This test truck was caught at a LNG gas station somewhere in Sweden. Question is if Scania is comming with higher output engines for LNG and automated transmissions. Iveco now has LNG trucks up to 400 Hp, and Volvo will come soon with dual-fuel LNG trucks…Continue Reading

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VW e-Delivery presented

VW e-Delivery presented

Today The new Volkswagen Truck Group presented the e-Delivery in Hamburg. This is the full electric version of the new VW Delivery. This new series is built in Brazil for Latin America. The Delivery replaces the old VW LT cab that is still sold in Latin America.Continue Reading

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Turkish BMC testing next generation truck

Turkish BMC testing next generation truck

Turkish website ‘magazinulasim.com’ has published this photo of what they say is a new BMC truck. This looks like a big truck for international transport, and that is a new segment for the BMC truck company. BMC used to be British but is now a Turkish company. The company is building the ‘Professional’ truck that…Continue Reading

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More details about Mercedes Electric truck

More details about Mercedes Electric truck

With a permissible gross weight of 26.0 t the Mercedes-Benz Electric Truck produces zero local emissions and runs silently, yet it is equal to a truck with an internal combustion engine in terms of load and performance, Mercedes says. The features of the Mercedes-Benz Electric Truck include its drive with electrically powered rear axle and…Continue Reading

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Chinese SAIC Maxus EV80 for Europe

Chinese SAIC Maxus EV80 for Europe

The LDV Maxus is a British design that did not succeed in Europe. The design was sold several times and now the Chinese make the comeback to Europe possible with this van. The SAIC company produces the Maxus now as an electric vehicle with the name EV80. The European branche of SAIC is in Luxemburg…Continue Reading

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Volvo unveils new LNG engines

Volvo unveils new LNG engines

When Volvo decided it would compete in the new class of LNG trucks, which is being dominated by Iveco and Scania, they wanted engines which deliver the same performance as their diesel siblings. It seems that Volvo has succeeded. Volvo unveils  a thirteen litre LNG engine which is based on the current diesel block and…Continue Reading

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And even more Scania news!

And even more Scania news!

On the last Scania post about the ‘Lowrider’ we got a very interesting comment from Germany. The blue truck is sayd to be a P-sleepercab with low roof. But our German friend has more to tell: In the Scania test vehicle fleet there are several vehicles with the flat roof option. The white tractor on…Continue Reading

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MAN 2018 facelift

MAN 2018 facelift

MAN trucks seems to come with an update, of facelift if you want, of the TGX models. We’ve seen some camouflaged test trucks and here is an artist impression of the news. The first thing that we see is that MAN did nog change the mirrors of the truck. They are still to big and…Continue Reading

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Scania lowrider?

Scania lowrider?

One of our readers spotted these trucks in Borlange, Sweden. We thought we’ve seen all the Scania news but we never saw this version before. It looks like a G- sleepercab with low roof. It does look like a lowrider this way! Interesting is also the four-axled S500. The G- highroof sleeper has a covered…Continue Reading

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