Iveco – aid­ing fu­ture mo­bil­ity

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IVECO BUS is proud to carry on the tra­di­tion of lead­er­ship and the pi­o­neer­ing spirit of fa­mous com­pa­nies and brands that have shaped the way buses and coaches have to be de­signed and built: Fiat, OM, Or­landi in Italy; Ber­liet, Re­nault, Chaus­son, Saviem in France; Karosa in the Czech Repub­lic, Ma­girus-Deutz in Ger­many; and Pe­gaso in Spain – to name just a few, it states.

Iveco Bus de­vel­ops col­lec­tive pas­sen­ger ve­hi­cles to meet the needs of present and fu­ture mo­bil­ity. Through this mis­sion, the brand is com­mit­ted to safe, ef­fi­cient, com­fort­able and sus­tain­able mo­bil­ity. Iveco Bus con­tin­ues to progress in the fields of new ve­hi­cles, al­ter­na­tive fu­els and trac­tions, and con­cept ve­hi­cles with the aim of re­duc­ing fuel con­sump­tion and CO2 emis­sions and an­tic­i­pat­ing cus­tomer needs.

The Iveco Delta uses a Cum­mins ISLe 5, 8.9-litre en­gine with power and torque rat­ings rang­ing from 209kW and 1056Nm to 250kW and 1500Nm de­pend­ing on the vari­ant. The proven Cum­mins en­gines are cou­pled to a choice of two Al­li­son six-speed full-au­to­matic trans­mis­sions.

Axles and sus­pen­sion are a com­bi­na­tion of Mer­i­tor, Hen­drick­son and Iveco pro­pri­etary com­po­nents, pro­vid­ing a bul­let-proof driv­e­line.

The Cur­sor 8 en­gine as used in the Euror­ider is an eight-litre pow­er­plant pro­duc­ing 243kW and 1500Nm and is cou­pled to a ZF six-speed full au­to­matic trans­mis­sion.

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