Iveco dealers demonstrate left-hand drive S-WAY ahead of right-hand drive launch

Iveco has put a fleet of left-hand drive S-WAY demonstrators on the road to give operators the chance to experience the vehicle ahead of the launch of the right-hand drive version later this year.

With strict social distancing and hygiene guidelines in place, the fleet of S-WAY vehicles are touring Iveco’s UK dealer network.

The trucks on tour feature the AS cab with a 4×2 axle layout as well as a 6×2 rigid chassis. They are available to experience with a variety of engines, ranging from the 460 horsepower CURSOR 11 to the flagship CURSOR 13 producing 570hp.

Iveco launched the S-WAY in July last year [] as a replacement for the Stralis, promising increases in fuel efficiency of 4%, reductions in PM, NOx and CO2 and enhanced connectivity.

“The past few months have been challenging for everyone, so it’s fantastic to hear about the great excitement the new Iveco S-WAY is creating among operators and our dealers,” said Gareth Lumsdaine, truck business-line director at Iveco.

“It’s important to ensure our customers are the first to get a taste of its new state-of-the-art cab and to learn about its 100% connected features and advanced new technologies.”

With a forward order bank having already reached 200 units, the IVECO S-WAY dealer demonstrator tour will continue until the middle of October ahead of the truck’s official UK introduction, and arrival of right-hand drive product in the fourth quarter of 2020.

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Dan Parton
Dan Parton
Dan Parton is a former editor of Truck & Driver, the UK’s biggest selling truck magazine. He is now writes for The Van Expert and The Truck Expert.

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