Productivity and safety in extreme conditions
The new Trakkers make every job possible. Insurmountable obstacle? Yes, they can. Insuperable limit? Yes, they can. Iveco's New Trakker range brings you a better, more functional design to optimise performance and reliability. The New Trakker is designed to work in all weathers and on all types of terrain – from unmetalled roads to extreme off-road conditions – with the utmost safety, comfort and productivity. Thanks to the features offered and the extensive range of variants, the New Trakker is the right vehicle for every mission.
Frame in high-yield-strength steel.
A structure designed for extreme conditions.
One of the key strengths of all Iveco vehicles has always been the reliability and robustness of their frames, and these strengths are even more evident on the new New Trakker. Consisting of double-bottleneck, U-section rails in special steel, the frames are available in 2 thicknesses (7.7mm for applications in which tare weight is a priority and 10mm for the most demanding missions). The New Trakker offers various types of suspension, including mechanical suspension with parabolic or semi-elliptical leaf springs. For enhanced comfort and optimum stability, there are also models with air suspension with four bellows and ECAS (Electronically Controlled Air Suspension).
Reliable, efficient gearboxes.
The manual gearboxes on the New Trakker are 16-speed ZF units. They are perfectly tailored to the mission of the vehicle, and offer high levels of reliability, low maintenance costs and increased efficiency and productivity. They are also exceptionally easy to use, thanks to the double H layout. The 16-speed mechanical gearbox is equipped with a servo-shift system for increased driver comfort and quick, precise gear changes. The pneumatic servo system reduces driver effort during gear changes by 50%, and gear lever travel has been reduced by 40%.
Eurotronic = comfort and reliability As well as conventional manual gearboxes, the New Trakker offers all the technological excellence of the EuroTronic automated gearbox with steering-wheel-mounted gear lever. This offers a host of benefits, including a 60kg weight reduction compared with the manual gearbox, more compact dimensions and a smaller number of pneumatic and electrical connections. The absence of synchronisers makes gear changes quicker and more secure: the system prevents incorrect gear selection.
The 16 speed EuroTronic gearbox can be used in fully automatic or semi-automatic mode. The automatic gear shift is calculated on the basis of load, traffic conditions and driving style, thus optimising acceleration, fuel consumption and comfort. For use in difficult conditions, such as off-road driving, you can select off-road mode, by pressing a button on the dashboard, for increased torque and pull-away power.
New Trakker efficient combined engine brake and ecas.
CEB: Combined Engine Brake
The CEB – Combined Engine Brake is an uprated engine brake which combines two effects: decompression and braking torque. By means of a butterfly valve on the exhaust manifold, it generates sufficient exhaust gas counter pressure to slow the rotation of the engine and increase the braking force.
Waste-gate: more torque, lower fuel consumption, high reliability The design of the waste-gate turbo allows high boost at low engine speeds, thereby optimising torque and fuel consumption. Once maximum turbo pressure (corresponding to high engine speeds) is reached, however, the engine and turbo must be mechanically protected. This task is performed by the waste-gate system, which limits the pressure on the turbo and keeps it constant, by allowing the gradual egress of gases directly to the exhaust manifold in certain conditions.
Variable-geometry turbo: more power, no turbo lag The turbo system makes a major contribution to the performance of the engines, and offers strong acceleration, fluid power delivery and high power. It also enhances driving comfort by eliminating turbo lag, because the engine always responds immediately to inputs from the accelerator. By means of an electronic control system, the variable-geometry turbo adapts the geometry of the turbo to the engine speed: thanks to a system of coaxial rotor movement, the turbo adapts to the incoming volume of exhaust gas, thereby optimising control of turbo pressure.