Impressive Euro 6 product exhibition at MAN Trucknology Days in Munich

Fire brigade, agriculture and farming feature as a special show at the exhibition on 21-22 March 2014 in Munich

Get up close to HGVs and even drive them yourself, talk to the experts from MAN together with their suppliers and vehicle body constructors, visit the works - these are just some of the various presentations and opportunities on offer as part of MAN Trucknology Days at the Truck Forum and on the test track at MAN's works in Munich.

More than 130 MAN TGL, TGM, TGS and TGX vehicles used in long-distance transportation, distribution and logistics, construction, heavy duty use as well as for the fire brigade and agriculture will be on display to visitors. Accompanied by a member of the MAN ProfiDrive Training Team, you can test drive the Euro 6 vehicles on MAN's test track as well as on local, country roads and the motorway.

This will be the first time MAN has organised a special exhibition concerning the use of HGVs in agriculture. The focus will be on the transport chain and, alongside other exhibits, a MAN TGS will be on show with a volume trailer for transporting animal feed and biomass together with a Krone high-performance maize chopper equipped with a MAN drive unit. The special exhibition for the "Fire Brigade" will allow vehicle body constructors to present their vehicles based on a MAN chassis: the Euro 5 model which is still valid for certain regions and, for the first time, the new Euro 6 model.

The exhibition not only covers HGVs: MAN Solutions will present their range of services, while more than 45 vehicle body constructors, vehicle outfitters and suppliers will be displaying their products and be on hand to discuss them with interested parties.

MAN has been organising Trucknology Days on an annual basis since 2008. Last year, over 3,500 customers and visitors attended the Truck Forum and test track.

Date: 21-22 March 2014, from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. on both days

Location: Truck Forum at MAN Works Munich, Dachauer Straße 570

Entrance is free, please register via