Scania ahead of the time
    Relaxed attitude the key to victory
    Bold and beautiful
    Saving lives at sea
    Scania launches new gas bus for bus systems
    “Scania is healthier than ever”
    New Scania R 730 V8 completes the Euro 6 range
    Scania has invested SEK 400 million in a new priming painting shop at its Swedish cab production unit.

    Scania invests in new powder painting shop

    A new priming painting shop is now being put into service at Scania’s cab manufacturing facility in Oskarshamn, Sweden. About SEK 400 million has been invested in a lean and efficient production process.

    Scania G 410

    Scania emerges victorious from challenge

    The ETC – European Truck Challenge – is one of the more prestigious and influential press tests. This year, ardent tractors from DAF, Iveco, MAN, Mercedes-Benz and Scania lined up with equal trailers. Scania was once again dubbed the fuel champion.

    The bus can be wirelessly charged at one of its stops via a charging station located under the road surface (1). A receiver, mounted in the bus floor, absorbs electric energy (2) and charges the battery (3).

    Wirelessly charged city bus tested for the first time in Sweden

    Scania has become the first company in Sweden to test a wirelessly charged electric-hybrid city bus. The bus will start operating on the streets of Södertälje, Sweden, in June 2016 as part of a research project into sustainable vehicle technology.

    Transport company Transportes Rebook boasts the largest fleet of V8 trucks in Brazil.

    Scania is Brazil’s best heavy truck

    Scania has been awarded Brazil’s Best Heavy Truck by NTC & Logística, Brazil’s National Association of Cargo Transport and Logistics.

    Street Smart – Bus Systems by Scania

    As private motorists jam the streets of the world’s cities, city planners are increasingly turning to Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems − smart, comprehensive city bus solutions. To date, Scania has delivered almost 4,000 buses to BRT systems to big cities worldwide.


    Brazil Driver Competition is Scania’s biggest ever

    Eliardo Locatelli has beaten 65,000 competitors in Scania’s biggest ever Truck Driver of the Year Competition.