July 28, 2012

Life of an American Truck Driver

This goes out for all european drivers out there! Take a look into the "Life of an American Truck Driver"

Thanks to heavenwraith04

July 27, 2012

Volvo Euro 6 engine

Facts, Volvo D13 460 for Euro 6• In-line six-cylinder 13-litre engine producing 460 hp.
• Max power output at 1400 to 1900 r/min: 338 kW.
• Max torque at 1000 to 1400 r/min: 2300 Nm.
• Automated transmission, Volvo I-Shift.
• Engine brake VEB+ at 2300 rpm: 375 kW.
• Available for the Volvo FH, 4x2/6x2, tractor and rigid, including vehicles for transport of dangerous goods (ADR).
• Available for trucks with right-hand drive as well as left-hand drive
Facts, Euro 6• One-fifth the nitrogen oxide emissions of a Euro 5 engine.
• Half the particulate emissions of a Euro 5 engine.
• It will be compulsory to meet emissions legislation down to an ambient temperature of at least –7° C.
• Emissions legislation encompasses nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulates (mass), particulates (quantity), ammonia (NH3), carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons (HC).

July 26, 2012

New Renault Euro 6 (Magnum, Premium) first pictures

Renault has been testing their Euro 6 engine since the beginning of the year. I will show you some pictures I collected from over the internet with the possible new Renault Euro 6 model.

July 16, 2012

The new MAN Euro 6 with a new design

I was looking for something to post today on the blog and I just found that MAN is preparing to launch their new euro 6  models. They have released a few pictures for us and I can tell that it will look great.


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July 15, 2012

Mercedes-Benz Antos first pictures

Mercedes-Benz is gearing up for the launch of its short-radius, load-carrier, commercial vehicle. This model will be a replacement for Axor and it will be launched in 2013 with an Euro 6 engine.

July 10, 2012

The new Iveco Stralis Hi-Way

Iveco launched their newest invention, Iveco Stralis Hi-Way with an EURO 6 engine. Check out the pictures and what autoevolution said:
Iveco recently introduced a new generation of its heavy-duty vehicle, the Stralis Hi-Way, with the carmaker placing its eggs in the efficiency basket. The Stralis Hi-Way uses technologies like Hi-eSCT, which was developed for the Euro VI emission standards, to cut emissions and fuel consumption. In addition to that, the truck uses a redesigned cabin, a new telematics system, as well as an array of safety features.

If you want to see all the photos with the truck click here to go to www.truck-driving.eu.