The latest addition to Iveco is the new T-Way, the new truck designed to move off-road in difficult and extreme conditions.
The new vehicle, heir to the legendary Trakker, completes the range of heavy vehicles at Iveco and represents a latest generation vehicle equipped with a new automated transmission system that allows it to move in environments that are obviously not like urban ones.
The truck is also equipped with a new rear tandem with disc brakes, a new automatic suspension and a host of state-of-the-art digital services that help maximize efficiency and productivity. The X-Way version, which we have talked about many times in this column, is also part of this new off-road range.
Returning to the T-Way, the Iveco manufacturer is particularly keen, because it also presents a new cab with cutting-edge technological solutions with the aim of exceeding all expectations in terms of productivity, payload capacity, safety and comfort at the guide.
As for the other performances, the T-Way has a high rigidity steel frame 10 mm thick and in addition to this is associated an internal axle with a capacity of 9 tons, Cursor 9 and 13 series engines of the latest generation with power which reaches up to 510 horsepower. Finally, with the new remote diagnosis system, which has been fitted to the latest generation commercial vehicles for some time, it is possible to remotely monitor each vehicle to better plan maintenance and reduce the risk of unexpected breaks due to breakdowns.
In this time of pandemic, Iveco did not have the opportunity to present it in public, but made a virtual launch through its Iveco Live Channel, creating not just a commercial that runs on television or on social media, but a real story. of live video and interactions.


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