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Iveco to Produce Trucks with EEV Level Emissions as Standard

Iveco is making Enhanced Environmentally friendly Vehicle (EEV) level emissions standard on its Eurocargo, Trakker and Stralis ranges.

This follows two trends Iveco has set previously in the truck sector by offering its trucks with automated EuroTronic gearboxes as standard, as well as standardizing on Euro 5 across its product ranges, two years ahead of the deadline.

All new models ordered from our factories will be built to meet EEV standards with immediate effect. EEV was originally developed as the appropriate level for a CNG-powered vehicle, and serves as a stepping stone between Euro 5 and Euro 6. Most importantly, it sees the diesel particulates in a vehicle’s emissions cut from 0.03 to 0.02 g/kw hour. Whilst some manufacturers offer EEV as an added-cost option on specific models in their ranges, Iveco is the first to make it available across the board as standard on all new factory orders.

—Martin Flach, Product Director at Iveco UK

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