The new Euro 6 X-Way is one of the most advanced and versatile trucks in the IVECO product line-up, offering transport operators with a selection of models that emit fewer emissions, consume less fuel and are equipped with an extensive collection of market-leading safety features.
Available as both a prime mover and rigid and in a variety of 6x4 and 8x4 configurations, the new X-Way offers GCMs of up to 45 tonnes* and is proudly built at IVECO’s Melbourne manufacturing facility.
The new X-Way range comprises the 6x4 AD/AT and 6x4 AS prime mover models as well as 6x4 AD/AT, 8x4 AD/AT and 8x4 AS rigids. The prime movers feature GVMs of 25 tonnes and GCMs of 45 tonnes while the rigids range between 25 and 30 tonnes GVM and 40 to 45 tonnes GCM*.
All up across the new X-Way range, 7 models are on offer with hundreds of specification variants available including different wheelbases choices, axle configurations and engine and cabin options, allowing the operator to choose a vehicle that closely matched the application.
The versatile new X-Way range is well suited to a wide range of applications including:
*Higher GCMs are available on application, on all models.
The X-Way 6x4 prime mover is available in three main variants 'AD' (Active Day), 'AT' (Active Time) and 'AS' (Active Space). AD is a day cab only; AT provides a comfortable sleeping compartment for occasional overnight driving and AS is the largest of the cabins with additional space better suited for spending longer time on the road.
All prime mover models have GVMs of 25 tonnes and GCMs of 45 tonnes* and are available in two wheelbases: 3900 or 4200mm.
AT and AD variants are powered by the new Euro 6 IVECO Cursor 11 common rail engine that develops 460hp at between 1600 to 1900 rpm and 2150Nm of torque from a low 925 to 1500 rpm.
The AS model is equipped with the larger Euro 6 Cursor 13 common rail engine producing 510 hp at between 1600 and 1900 rpm with generous torque of 2300 Nm from 900 to 1525 rpm, ensuring plenty of power early in the rev range.
All models are coupled to IVECO's new Hi-Tronix automated manual transmission, a 12-speed, direct drive unit that delivers fast gear changes and also has the ability to more efficiently select the correct ratio for the conditions.
Ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride across the prime mover range are rear 8 bag Electronically Controlled Air Suspension (ECAS) and front parabolic springs.
* Higher GCMs are available on application, on all models.
The X-Way 6x4 is available with AD or AT cabin and both are powered by the new Euro 6 Cursor 9, an 8.7-litre common-rail unit developing 360 hp at between 1600 and 2200 rpm and 1650 Nm of torque at between 1200 to 1530 rpm.
If an 8x4 is required, there are AS, AT and AD cabins on offer. AT and AD models are powered by the same new Euro 6 IVECO Cursor 11 common rail engines as prime mover variants, featuring 460hp at between 1600 to 1900 rpm and 2150Nm of torque.
The AS is equipped with the Euro 6 Cursor 13 common rail engine producing 510 hp at between 1600 and 1900 rpm and torque of 2300 Nm at between 900 to 1525 rpm.
All 8x4 models also feature the new Hi-Tronix AMT as used in the prime movers; the rear 8 bag Electronically Controlled Air Suspension (ECAS) is also shared, the 8x4 receives an upgraded front ECAS suspension while the 6x4 AD/AT features a mechanical rear suspension and standard front parabolic.
* Air Suspension is an option on 8x4 models
On offer across the X-Way range are three common rail engine options. The new engine range begins with the Cursor 9, an 8.7-litre unit developing 360 hp at between 1600 and 2200 rpm and 1650 Nm of torque at between 1200 to 1530 rpm.
Next up is the Cursor 11, an 11.1-litre engine that develops 460hp at between 1600 to 1900 rpm and 2150Nm of torque from an extremely low 925 to 1500 rpm. At the top of the range is the Euro 6 version of the Cursor 13 – it’s a 12.9-litre unit developing 510 hp at between 1600 and 1900 rpm and torque of 2300 Nm from a low 900 to 1525 rpm.
The new Cursor 11 and 13 powerplants feature a new Garrett electronic Variable Geometry Turbo (eVGT), that provides a number of performance efficiencies including immediate response at low engine speed.
Complementing the engines is IVECO’s new Hi-Tronix automated manual transmission, a 12-speed, direct drive unit that delivers fast gear changes and also has the ability to more efficiently select the correct ratio for the conditions. As well as delivering more efficient vehicle performance, the Hi-Tronix can achieve an extended life (up to 80 per cent) compared to other AMTs, for durability of up to 1.6 million kilometres leading to lower vehicle cost of ownership.
For greater flexibility across a range of applications, the Hi-Tronix is equipped with 'Rocking' and 'Creeping' modes as well as four reverse gears. Constructed with longevity in mind, combining the Hi-Tronix with the Cursor engine's long oil change intervals and fuel efficiency, provides the owner with a low total cost of ownership. Couple this with IVECO's generous 500,000 kilometre/ 2-year standard warranties and the new X-Way range makes perfect sense.
When Ecoswitch is engaged, the speed limiter is set to the default mode of 95 kilometres per hour (speed can be adjusted), the engine's torque is also automatically cut depending on the vehicle load and the kick-down function is disabled.
The optional Ecofleet function is activated through the Eco-switch and it restricts manual gear changes to only allow a manual starting gear correction from standstill (below 30km/h). For all other operational conditions, the Hi-Tronix selects the most fuel-efficient gear for the terrain and according to the truck's payload.
Ecoroll is a feature that disengages the driveline to use vehicle inertia when travelling downhill, helping retain the truck’s kinetic energy for longer and can even slightly increase it by reducing the engine drag torque. Any input from the driver on the controls during Ecoroll, ends the rolling function. Ecoroll is only operational between 50 and 92 kilometres per hour.
The X-Way range introduces advanced new technology designed to protect the driver and other road users, positioning IVECO as a segment leader in safety.
While equipment such as ABS, ESP and Hill Holder has become known by the market, trucks featuring EBS, BAS, ACC, AEBS and DAS are more uncommon.
STANDARD SAFETY FEATURES ON ALL X-WAY PRIME MOVER AND RIGID MODELS ARE:
There are three cabin options available in the new X-Way range, 'AD' (Active Day), 'AT' (Active Time) and 'AS' (Active Space) - each is extremely well-appointed, providing the operator with a quiet, relaxed and comfortable working environment.
Long renowned in the industry for quality cabins, IVECO cements this reputation by introducing all the benefits of the latest Stralis X-Way cabin from Europe.
The improvements include a new instrument cluster, IVECONNECT multimedia system (optional), revised steering wheel-mounted quick menu controls plus all the features you’d come to expect in an IVECO such as climate control system, leather-appointed and air suspended seats, ample storage areas and superior cabin ergonomics.
A new central locking remote control also provides a check lights function which allows the driver to check all of the exterior lights without relying on assistance from another person.
6x4 RIGID AT
8x4 RIGID AD/AT/AS
6x4 Prime Mover AD/AT/AS