Scania continues to be a pioneer in innovations in the sector with the philosophy of continuous improvement that constitutes its vision within the scope of sustainability studies. Before Scania's electric mobility attack, it developed for the last time its internal combustion engines, which are highly appreciated and preferred in terms of fuel economy. Super, which hit the road again 60 years after its first production and is a candidate to be Scania's new flagship, drew attention with its components developed by 100% Scania engineering and received positive full marks from users. Super is preparing to hit the roads of Türkiye in the second quarter of 2024.
100 percent Scania
The chassis, gearbox, differential, D-shaped fuel tank, retarder with higher braking torque and engine, which are designed entirely in Scania for this vehicle and reflect the Swedish engineering quality, reveal the SUPER difference. SUPER realizes compliance with emission norms only by using SCR. The new 13-litre engines are coupled with the latest Opticruise G33 transmission. This means that the driver will get the best fuel economy in all conditions, while experiencing an unmatched driving experience and driving comfort with fast gear changes and uninterrupted torque.
“Unrivaled in fuel economy”
Doğuş Otomotiv Scania General Manager Tolga Senyücel stated that the new SUPER model has already attracted great interest in European markets and said, “The new engine in the Super offers 8 percent fuel savings compared to the previous version, with the contribution of other powertrains. The Greentruck award, one of Europe's most prestigious awards, came to Scania for the 6th time in a row with Scania Super. It has reached an unrivaled position in fuel economy. The new engine, new chassis, new differential and new transmission, combined with opticruise, provide a pleasant driving experience to the vehicle user, while creating a serious profit for the vehicle owner. We aim to bring it together with Turkish users in the second quarter of 2024. Super will give a serious impetus to our sales.”
Save up to 8 percent
Scania, which has proven itself with the models it has introduced to the market in terms of fuel economy, has taken this success one step further with the engine developed for SUPER. Thanks to the completely redesigned one-piece cylinder head (CRB), engine braking option is available. With improvements such as double overhead camshaft, rigid cover design, cylinder peak pressure reaching 250 bar, twin SCR dosing emission control system, new fuel pump, reduced internal friction losses, new engine control unit and software, it is 5,2 percent compared to the existing engines only. provides fuel economy. The new 13 lt SUPER engine family is offered with 500 hp 2650 Nm and 560 hp 2800 Nm options. With the improvements made in all of the renewed power and transmission organs, the total fuel economy reaches 8 percent.
New modular Chassis
Thanks to the hole pattern of the new modular chassis in the SUPER model, whose power and drivetrain were renewed, it provides ease of installation to the bodybuilders with the choice of placing the equipment such as the fuel tank towards the front or the back of the chassis, while also adjusting the center of gravity appropriately, allowing the payload to be increased without exceeding the legal axle load limits. knows.
New design fuel tanks
The D form of the fuel tanks developed for the new chassis, which increases the durability, provides both a fuel capacity suitable for all purposes and physical suitability for applications such as off-road construction and mining, where ground clearance is critical, with options offered in three different sections and different lengths. Thanks to the FOU (Fuel Optimizer Unit), which is also developed by Scania engineers and includes the fuel pump, filter and return reserve tank, it is possible to use the tank volume more efficiently, reduce the dead volume and reach the same ranges with smaller tanks.
Again, the new transmission, designed from scratch, is offered with the G33CM (3300 Nm) in accordance with the engine torque to which it will be matched. Transmission with elements such as variable oil volume, spray lubrication, 3 shaft brakes used instead of synchromesh for gear shifts, extended gear ratio distribution, overdrive (OD) and super ant gears in all options, planetary gear mechanism use for reverse gear and new OPC software, Fuel savings of 1 percent compared to the current generation. In addition, the G33CM transmission is 905cm shorter (compact) and 15kg lighter than the current GRS60.
Thanks to the flexibility offered by the SUPER engine and transmission in the new R756 differential, the ratios such as 2,53, 2,31 in common use, as well as the ratios such as 1,95, in common use, especially at cruising speeds, to meet Scania's philosophy of high torque at low rpm and to remain at low revs at cruising speeds. options are available.
The new retarder is more powerful, more economical
The new retarder, which is offered as an integral part of the new transmission, provides effective and safe braking from low speeds in line with the differential ratios, which are especially serialized, with a braking torque of up to 4700 Nm. Unnecessary fuel consumption of the retarder, which can be separated by the clutch when not in use, is also prevented.
New Engine Brake CRB
A first for Scania, decompression engine braking (CRB) can be offered with SUPER series engines and, if selected, provides a braking power of 350 kW.
SCR system suitable for all norms
The twin SCR dosing emission control system, which was first applied to Scania V8 engines, was also carried to inline engines with the SUPER series.
Big shift to green transport
Continuing to be a pioneer in innovation in the sector with its philosophy of continuous improvement, Scania continues to accelerate in its electric mobility attack and transformation. With its wide range of electrical products, Scania offers the right product for different expectations in different markets. zamaims to present.
The new BEV (Battery electric vehicles) truck line-up is built on the cornerstones of Scania's vision for the future, with modularity, sustainability and its potential to meet and exceed the expectations set in conventional trucks.
Targeting half of the sales to be electric vehicles by 2030, Scania's 6×2 configurations working in the city in the L cabin are currently being seen on the roads in many European countries. A short time ago, the launch of intercity, that is, regional 4×2 vehicles, was carried out. The daily range reaches approximately 650 kilometers with an intermediate charge. It can charge 45 percent capacity in 80 minutes, which is the mandatory rest period of the driver.