The Pegaso Troner was the last and most powerful range of Pegaso trucks.
It made its debut in the 1987 Barcelona Motor Show, as a 4x2 articulated truck tractor featuring a 12-litre 360 hp Pegaso engine and a new cab, available in four different sizes, developed jointly with Dutch DAF Trucks and personalized to Pegaso look by Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro.
Engine power was later raised to 370 hp and 400 hp, while the range expanded to 4x2, 6x2 and 8x2 rigid and 4x2 and 6x4 articulated models, with a special 6x2 conversion for the British market also available.
The Troner was Enasa's last effort to keep pace with the European truck market leaders, but this did not prevent the company from losing market share and money and eventually to be taken over by the Iveco group. Nevertheless Troners were successful in Spain and got appreciable sales figures in the Benelux, UK and France.
Troner production ended in July 1993.