New Unimog

New Unimog

Following the successful introduction of the Euro VI-compliant models of the series, Actros, Antos, Arocs and Atego, Mercedes-Benz is now continuing its Euro VI product offensive.

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MB has presented the new generation of unique vehicle concepts in Wörth: the Unimog all-terrain vehicle, the Unimog implement carrier and the Econic.

As a result, Mercedes-Benz Trucks and Special Trucks are currently the only manufacturers in Europe to offer Euro VI-compliant products in all categories of the light, medium and heavy-duty segments, as well as in the special-purpose vehicle sector.

The brand has achieved comprehensive compliance nine months before the new emissions standard goes into effect, thus underscoring its leading role as a supplier of environmentally friendly automotive technology.

"In a wide variety of applications, the three new model series impressively demonstrate the leading role that the Unimog and the Econic play in innovation," said Yaris Pürsün, Head of Mercedes-Benz Special Trucks.

"We're convinced that the new vehicles will set standards and substantially contribute to the business success of existing and future customers."


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