Iveco to share its vision at the CV show 2015, Biglorryblog takes a sneak preview

With just over a month and a half to go until the CV show 2015, Iveco has announced they will be unveiling their “Vision” of the future at the show.

The striking Iveco Vision concept vehicle will make its debut in the UK on the Iveco stand.

The Iveco Vision is being used for the development of new technological solutions and future modes of transport, representing the natural evolution of Iveco’s Daily light commercial vehicle range. Its creation is centred on low environmental impact mobility and a sophisticated dual energy system which self-adapts to the most suitable traction mode – one is exclusively electric, ensuring zero local emissions and low noise levels, and the other is hybrid (thermoelectric) and suitable for longer journeys and extra-urban missions.

Unique features include ‘see-through’ front pillars to guarantee unrestricted driver visibility, plus a rear-view camera displayed on a panoramic screen above the windscreen. It uses a fully automatic system for load management and is equipped with a high-integration tablet, which communicates seamlessly with the on-board electronics.

Also on show will be a trio of Iveco trucks, led by a flagship Stralis Hi-Way AS440S56TX/P 6×2 twin-steer tractor which will stand-out for its ultra-high specification.

Fitted with Iveco’s most powerful 560hp engine – which uses innovative Hi-SCR technology to avoid the need for EGR at Euro VI – this Stralis has been ordered with five additional ’option packs’, resulting in a huge array of on board extras for visitors to explore. These range from a state-of-the-art touch-screen infotainment and telematics system to additional on-board comforts for the driver, aluminium air tanks, plus advanced safety aids including a lane departure warning system and adaptive cruise control.

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