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2005: From Euro-IV to Euro-V with SCR

Scania is the first heavy vehicle manufacturer to produce engines that meet the European Union’s emission standards, when a 420 hp turbocompound version became the first Euro 4 engine on the market in 2004. It acquired SCR aftertreatment to comply with Euro 5 in 2005. The joint development of fuel injection with Cummins prompted Scania to invest massively in electronics development. All control systems are now developed in-house, which gives exceptional flexibility when designing new systems and features.

Corporate milestones