Scania will showcase a range of vehicles powered by alternative fuels and cabs suited to inner city applications at Freight in the City Expo tomorrow (6 November). On its stands will be the L-series, Scania’s newly developed cab series for urban transport that features a high level of visibility from its cab and the maximum five-stars under London’s interim Direct Vision Standard. Visitors will also be able to get up close to a G340 4×2 CNG tractor unit. Scania’s dedicated […]
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