Visitors at Hanover can also admire the Fiorino Cargo Natural Power, which is available in two variants (van and Combi) and two versions (base and SX). This vehicle is perfect for urban transport due to its compact dimensions and is equipped with an engine that adopts a Multipoint phased, sequential system allowing it to achieve performance comparable to petrol engines when it runs on methane: top speed is approximately 150 km/h. It offers minimal emissions: 119 g/km of CO2 in methane mode against 158 g/km on petrol.
Tthe Ducato 140 Natural Power, to be displayed in Maxi Van configuration, can reach a top speed of 155 km/h and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 13.9 seconds, has a pick-up which lets it accelerate from 60 to 100 km/h in 10.1 seconds (in 5th gear), can tackle a gradient of 21.5% and, to finish, consumes 8.8 kg of methane every 100 km, with CO2 emissions of 239 g/km. In detail, the fuel system consists of five cylinders: two 50-liter (equivalent to 8.5 kg each) and three 40-liter (equivalent to 6.8 kg each) for an overall capacity of 220 liters (equal to 37.4 kg) that guarantee a range of 400 km.