Less than two years after receiving its first allocation of Daily vans, leading rental company, Europcar, recently took delivery of its 200th Daily vehicle, having earlier in the year expanded its partnership with IVECO to include the supply of Europcar’s new Pantech-body trucks.
IVECO has recently undertaken side by side testing of two Eurocargo ML150 4x4 models in Tallarook State Forest north of Melbourne.
A changing demographic within the motorhome market has prompted IVECO to release a new Daily cab chassis variant in Australia, the 35S.
IVECO and US start-up Nikola Motors have shocked rivals by revealing a close-to-production prototype of the full-electric truck it will launch in 2021.
Recent celebrations at IVECO revolved around the much-loved ACCO range, as the last current generation, Euro 5 model unit left the assembly line at the company's manufacturing facility in Melbourne.
Michael Cann recently completed his qualification in Automotive Sales (Parts Interpreting). He is the second generation of Cann to be involved in the business.
In 1962, the first civilian AACO (Australian A-line Cab Over) models left the production line at International Harvester's Dandenong, Melbourne, production works. Some 57 years laster, IVECO is celebrating the delivery of the 90,000th ACCO (Australian C-line Cab Over).
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