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SCANIA INTERIM REPORT– JANUARY – MARCH 2006

"Strong demand for transports in Europe is contributing to an increase in order bookings. Also affecting demand is that some European customers are bringing forward their investments in vehicles, due to the introduction of digital tachographs in May and the Euro 4 environmental regulations, which enter into force in the autumn of 2006. This may lead to a slower pace of order bookings in Europe during the second half of 2006, which may then affect deliveries late in the year and early in 2007,” says Leif Östling, President and CEO. *

FIRSTQUARTER INBRIEF Q1Units 2006 2005 Change in %Trucks andbus chassis – Orderbookings 19,015 15,441 23– Deliveries 15,377 13,256 16Revenue andearningsSEK m.(unlessotherwisestated) EUR m.** · Revenue,Scania Group 1,835 17,246 13,873 24Operatingincome,Vehicles and Service 213 2,000 1,553 29Operatingincome,CustomerFinance 12 114 126 -10Operatingincome 225 2,114 1,679 26Incomebefore taxes 224 2,109 1,698 24· Netincome 154 1,447 1,155 25Operatingmargin,percent 12.3 12.1 Return onequity,percent *** 21.3 21.7 Return oncapitalemployed,Vehicles andService,percent 28.2 29.4 · Earningsper share,SEK *** 7.24 5.78 Cash flow,Vehicles andService 1,190 272 Number ofemployees,31 March 31,259 30,215 Number ofshares: 200million **** * Please refer to page 6 for a forward-looking statement from theYear-end Report for January-December 2005.** Translated to euros solely for the convenience of the reader at abalance sheet date exchange rate of SEK 9.3975 = EUR 1.00.*** Attributable to Scania’s shareholders.**** After eliminating 26,296,508 shares owned by Scania’s subsidiaryAinax.Unless otherwise stated, all comparisons in brackets refer to the sameperiod of last year.This report is also available at www.scania.com