Iveco Stralis Hi-Way Launched
Iveco brags that the new generations has passed the test of real world driving with flying colors, as the truck has gathered 6 million km (3.73 million miles) of durability testing and 11 million km (6.83 miles) of real-world driving.
The company explains that it aims to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) with the new Stralis, and this involves cutting fuel consumption, maintenance costs, while boosting reliability and quality, as well as optimizing operational management.
The Stralis Hi-Way is built at the Iveco heavy vehicle production site in Madrid, Spain, with the plant having recentl;y been awarded a silver medal in the World Class Manufacturing program, thanks to its eco-friendliness.
Unfortunately, not all Iveco plants are doing as good - we recently reproted that Fiat will shut down five Iveco sites due to financial reasons. The company hopes that the new Stralis Hi-Way will help it overcome some of the problems, having important plans for the truck.
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