New Volvo Truck to Make Debut in Iran
New Volvo Truck to Make Debut in Iran

New Volvo Truck to Make Debut in Iran

New Volvo Truck to Make Debut in Iran

Local vehicle manufacturer SAIPA Diesel is set to introduce a new Volvo truck in the Iranian market.
The company will unveil Volvo FM 460, which is fabled as “the most eco-friendly and versatile” heavy duty vehicle of the Swedish company, local automotive website Khodro Nevis reported.
According to the producer, I-Shift transmission system of the truck decreases fuel consumption by 5%.
The vehicle will be on show during the four-day Tabriz Motor Show to open over the coming weekend in the northwestern city.
SAIPA Diesel has been producing several models of Volvo heavy-duty vehicles in recent years. Production of the FM series was halted five years ago.
Earlier reports said the D13C model will be assembled by SAIPA Diesel. It has a 12.8-liter engine and a power output between 460ph.

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