According to Iveco, the new Iveco S-Way carries over all the advances introduced in the previous generations and adds a new cab entirely redesigned around the driver’s and the owner’s needs. In the face of fierce competition, logistics operators need top-level uptime, efficiency and productivity from their fleets.
The new Iveco S-Way should meet this requirement, providing a complete package of features and services without equal, developed with focus on driver centricity, sustainability and a new, extended level of connectivity aimed at reducing Total Cost of Ownership.
In redesigning the cab from the ground up, Iveco has taken the opportunity to deliver cost savings and productivity gains to the benefit of the owner’s profitability. The new design optimises aerodynamic performance, further increasing the vehicle’s fuel efficiency by up to 4%, Iveco says. Also contributing to the low Total Cost of Ownership are design features such as the multi-piece bumper that reduces repair costs, as only the affected part needs to be replaced in the event of damage.
The new Connectivity Box in the Iveco S-Way is a connectivity enabler and a game-changer, Iveco says. It collects, processes and exchanges data in real time. It works off a service platform developed in partnership with Microsoft that provides safe data storage and management, and many value-added services. Owners and drivers are constantly connected with the vehicle on their mobile device or PC through the MyIVECO portal and app.
The Iveco S-WAY uses connectivity to enhance the driver’s life on board, providing a superior driving experience with advanced driver assistance and driving style features combined with services developed to help them operate effortlessly and efficiently, accessed through the user-friendly MyIVECO Easy Way App.
For now, Iveco S-Way drivelines are the same as with the Stralis generation.