With our new vehicle, Iveco's aim has been to meet, and exceed, the requirements of today's professionals operating in the heavy-duty haulage sector. The result of our commitment is the Stralis - with its extensive range of features designed around the driver.
The appearance of the grille and the sturdy, attractive design of the bumper with its built-in light clusters, headlamp washers and mirrors (with flat glass) make the front view truly modern and appealing. There is plenty of space between the "Iveco" and "Stralis" logos for customers to add their own company name to enhance the look of the vehicle. The deflectors are especially designed to optimise the aerodynamics of the cab: deflectors direct rain, mud etc. in order to keep the windows, mirrors and door handles clean.
The Stralis range meets the widest range of application requirements. Many variants are available: a wide range of wheelbases for the highest effective body capacity and final drive ratios selected for an optimum trade-off between maximum engine rpm and vehicle gradeability. Structured around three engines (8, 10 and 13 litre Cursor power unit), and three cabs (Active Day, Active Time and Active Space-Long) with two variants (Active Time Low and High Roof, and Active Space-Long Low and High Roof).
The flagship of the Stralis range is the Active Space-Long, created to meet the needs of customers who are looking for a cab with optimum comfort and ergonomics. Essential qualities for those who spend the majority of their working time inside their cab. The profile of the roof and rear cab wall mean the cab dimensions are almost those of a cube and provide a comfortable environment for moving around and relaxing, for storing possessions and feeling at home. The dashboard is made from new high quality plastics with satinised silver inserts which are pleasant to touch and resistant to wear.
The braking system of the Stralis range is oriented toward safety, reliability and economic advantage. The Anti Slip Regulation system (ASR) prevents the driven wheels from slipping when accelerating, driving tight slopes or slippery roads. ECAS is also very useful for docking operations, as the chassis height can be lowered with the vehicle in motion at low speed.