Irizar presented the latest generation of its ie truck conceived for urban and inner city applications. The tri-axle chassis version of the electric truck featuring a completely renewed, lightened design, technically updated to comply with the latest legislative requirements (ADAS and GSR2).

The new version of the truck, also spotted two years ago at Solutrans 2021, is up to 2000 kg lighter in the 6×2 version and around 1400 kg lighter in the 4×2 version compared to the previous generation truck, leading to “an important reduction in fuel consumption and emissions”, according to the Spanish manufacturer. The Irizar ie truck has a single 370 mm access step, ensuring safe transit for driver and passengers.

Irizar ie truck

Irizar ie truck for all types of truck bodies

The Irizar Group is currently able to offer vehicles for all types of truck bodies, from those for distribution of food and merchandise, both dry and refrigerated, for refuelling, for mounting road cleaning and sanitation tanks, to those for transporting people with reduced mobility, platforms with open trailer bodies (with or without tipper and crane), among many others.

The newly-introduced vehicle is fitted with the Group’s third generation higher energy density batteries for more on-board power using less volume and weight. As a result, this new generation battery stores up to 512 kWh and provides up to 400 km of autonomy, depending on use.


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