Iveco EuroStar

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Iveco Eurostar
IVECO Eurostar Cursor-Vol Pritschenlastzug.jpg
Manufacturer Iveco
Production 1993-2002
Body and chassis
Class Truck
Predecessor Iveco Turbostar
Successor Iveco Stralis

The EuroStar was a heavy-duty truck model produced by Iveco. It replaced the 1980s-designed Turbostar.

Different performance levels from three different capacity variants were initially available:

  • 6-cylinder 9.5 l providing 375 HP
  • 6-cylinder 13.8 l providing 420 HP, also fitted on the contemporary Eurotech model
  • 8280.42S 8-cylinder V, providing 514 HP

Starting from 1995, Eurostar could mount the new 8210.42S, a 6-cylinder 13.8 l with a power output of 469 HP. In correspondence with, also the possibility to use EuroTronic gearbox, having full or semiautomatic modes, was introduced. In 1998-1999 the Eurostar line received the new Cursor engines. Initially the lineup was limited to the Cursor 10 (10,308 cc) for 400 or 430 PS (294 or 316 kW), later expanded to include the bigger Cursor 13 with 460 or 480 PS (338 or 353 kW).

An Iveco EuroStar
An Iveco-EuroStar cab
An Iveco EuroStar