To support hauliers in their environmental approach, Iveco offers a financing offer with the first six reduced rents on new CNG vehicles (natural gas vehicles) available immediately in the network.
IVECO has been supporting transporters in their energy transition for more than 20 years with a range of proven CNG vehicles. This energy accounted for 94% of non-diesel vehicles over 7.5t in 2021.
To support its customers in the current context and facilitate their access to ZFEm (Zones with Low Mobility Emissions), the manufacturer has developed, in partnership with IVECO Capital, IVECO’s financial captive, a financing offer dedicated to new CNG vehicles, allowing to reduce the first six rents on vehicles currently available in the network, through the Order & Drive offer (“ready-to-go” vehicles) aimed at supporting transporters in their immediate needs.
These vehicles can also be accompanied locally by direct investment aid and are eligible for additional depreciation.
CNG vehicles fall into the Crit’Air 1 category, guaranteeing carriers unrestricted access to the ZFEms where they operate. They make it possible to drastically reduce emissions of local pollutants, such as nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and fine particles, compared to a latest-generation diesel vehicle, while benefiting from the same performance. For transporters who have chosen bioNGV, they also make it possible to eliminate CO2 emissions almost completely. Certified Pieck Quiet Truck 71 dB, CNG vehicles ensure silent deliveries day and night.
The use of bioNGV, a fuel derived from the recovery of our waste, amplifies the environmental gain of these vehicles. It also contributes to the development of this sector, which creates local jobs that cannot be relocated, to the income of farmers who are the main producers and to France’s energy independence.
IVECO is also committed to a process aimed at developing biomethane on a European scale, with a target of producing 35 billion cubic meters of biomethane within the EU by 2030 as part of its REPowerEU plan. .
Iveco press release.