The Scania R450 won with consumption of 23.25 litres of diesel per 100 kilometres. The Scania G 410 was placed third with average fuel consumption of 24.02 litres.
Scania R 450 convinced with the smallest average fuel consumption of 23.25 litres per 100 kilometres, the lowest CO2 emissions at 738 grams per kilometre, the highest speed with 80.42 km/h and the best score for fuel-efficiency.
The Scania G 410 was also tested by both magazines, Verkehrsrundschau and Truck and took a third-place in the environmental ranking with average fuel consumption of 24.02 litres of diesel per 100 kilometres and CO2 emissions of 762 grams per kilometre.
Protecting the climate, driving efficiently Every year, VerkehrsRundschau presents the Green Truck Award to the most environmentally friendly tractor truck from the previous test year. 13 vehicles are in the running, and it‘s a close race.
This is the biggest field of Green Truck contestants ever. The VerkehrsRundschau annual environmental award honours the most environmentally friendly 4×2 rig from the previous year‘s vehicle tests. All seven major truck manufacturers opted to take part in the contest, with some even submitting multiple vehicles. The benchmark, as ever, is our own Mercedes-Benz Actros 1845, including a fully laden curtainsider from Schmitz Cargobull. As a reference vehicle, it accompanies every trip on our 353-kilometre standardised test route – a distance that allows all the different weather conditions encountered to be taken into account.