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Iveco Daily

Iveco Daily (Italy, 1978-present)

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Produced since 1978 by the Italian truck manufacturer Iveco, the Iveco Daily is a full-size van also available as a minibus. Until 1983 the Daily was also sold under the Fiat brand.

The Iveco Daily is currently in its fourth generation and is available as: Van, cabin cruiser, Combi, Minibus, Agile, and CNG, with the minibus variant being sold by the Irisbus brand.
 


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Iveco was created in 1975 by Fiat manager and mechanical engineer Bruno Beccaria through the merger of five companies. These five companies from Italy, France and Germany were Fiat Veicoli Industriali, Officine Meccaniche, Lancia Veicoli Speciali, Unic and Magirus. In 1990 Iveco acquired 60% of a spanish based truck manufacturer, ENASA, also maker of Pegaso, a brand of commercial vehicles. This helped Iveco to become an important brand in european markets and led to the expansion of f...  more
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