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Scania improves efficiency of gas truck engines

Scania has launched two new biogas engines, which offer 5% fuel savings over their predecessors.

First teased at last year’s IAA show in Hanover, Germany, the new 13-litre biogas engines are available with either 420hp or 460hp, and utilise components from the latest generation Super diesel powertrain, to help it improve its fuel saving potential.

Scania sees biogas vehicles playing a crucial role in helping the industry decarbonise and switch away from diesel, with the ability to reduce CO2-emissions by up to 90% from a well-to-wheel perspective. The gas infrastructure across Europe and in the UK is also rapidly expanding and becoming more mature, thanks to increasing demand.

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