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Scania » G-series 4th generation

In June 2017, Scania has announced the launch of its Next Generation G-series, complementing the R- and S-series models and designed for a range of applications, including urban, inter-urban and multi-drop distribution.

G-series cabs are available with low, normal and high roof, initially in sleeper format. Its cab shares many of the innovative features of R- and S-series versions but has a lower seating position. The forwardpositioned driver’s seat combined with a lower cab height is said to offer excellent visibility while maintaining the benefits of a large sleeper cab. There are three entry steps and, with the familiar wing-style dash, the driver’s station follows Scania’s modular concept. The normal ceiling height has been raised by 10cm, while headroom in the Highline configuration is now 16cm higher than its previous G-series equivalent.

Like the larger sleeper cabs, Next Generation G-series sleeper cabs can be selected in several different configurations and are equipped with a variety of options and accessories. Thanks to the new ceiling heights, Scania says storage options have been significantly improved. There is also space for a bed with the potential for storage and, in several different combinations, a refrigerator below. A tablet holder, which can be rotated, can be mounted on the instrument panel and up to two 12/24-volt and four USB outlets are strategically positioned in the cab, depending on the option package chosen. A manually-controlled climate system is available alongside the already launched automatic options, and the instrument panel can be extended out to the left for those who need additional switches and buttons.

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