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2019 Mercedes Actros 1845 & 1863 Truck – Video

2019 Mercedes Actros 1845 & 1863 Truck – Video

Enhanced comfort and greater safety: automated driving starts here with new Active Drive Assist, new MirrorCam for the perfect all-round view, Active Brake Assist 5 with further improved pedestrian detection, new Traffic Sign Assist, new electronic parking brake, new Stability Control Assist also for trailers, new headlamp system with characteristic light signature, Highbeam Assist

Reduced costs: up to five percent less fuel consumption on rural routes and up to three percent less for long-distance haulage thanks to further improved aerodynamics, advanced Predictive Powertrain Control and a new rear axle ratio; more efficient working for the driver with the new Multimedia Cockpit

Maximum vehicle availability: thanks to connectivity, real-time monitoring of the vehicle’s technical status and of transport tasks for the business owner based on full integration of Fleetboard into the vehicle.

 

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Increased comfort: ergonomically optimised and digital driver cockpit, contemporary new infotainment options, new interior lighting concept

From the MirrorCam to the Multimedia Cockpit – these innovative new features for the Actros are also available for the Arocs, the heavy-duty construction vehicle from Mercedes-Benz Trucks

Around a quarter less CO2 emissions in operation with natural gas, almost CO2-neutral when using bio-natural gas, plus low noise emissions and no particulate emissions of any kind – gas engines have clear benefits if vehicle operators want to reduce emissions rapidly. As a result the new Actros NGT comes with a gas engine plus a standard-fit torque converter automatic transmission. It features the state-of-the-art, six-cylinder, charged M 936 G in-line engine, which has an output of 222 kW (302 hp).

The Actros NGT is available as a rigid vehicle with two or three axles and is an attractive alternative when it comes to heavy-duty distribution haulage with daily routes of up to 250 kilometres. Its highly stable tanks made of steel and composite material carry 4 x 145 litres of gas, which can be supplemented by a further 4 x 100 litres of gas as an option.

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