The new ECODAILY at 7.0t; Ideal for the Recreational Camper
A major innovation for the European recreational camper market arrives today: a specific ECODaily chassis front-end version at 7 tons gvm designed for the holiday market. With the arrival of this vehicle, Iveco enriches and completes the ECODaily range, such that the of recreational camper chassis, now ranges from 3.5 t, with lightweight chassis frame, to the new 7t version.
In less than one year since its launch, ECODaily has gained the confidence of many customers, achieving an order intake of over 43 thousand units, reflecting the great interest the vehicle has aroused in the purchasing public. So continues its popularity, the latest evolution of a model having achieved sales of more than two million units since its initial launch in 1978.Now with this new version at 7 tons gvm, ECODaily has achieved absolute primacy in its category, thereby increasing the offer for those who are looking for the best solutions for medium-range transport and for the specific mission: camper.
Renewed aesthetically and with new engines, as well as improvements in comfort and on-board electronics, ECODaily makes available a vast product offer, with over 7,000 configurable versions and 10 different engine power ratings, from 96 to 176 cv,
Absolute strong points of ECODaily are the new 3.0 litre two-stage turbocharged FPT engines in Diesel at 140cv and 170cv, certified to the EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle) standard, the most stringent European standard currently available, and the new Natural Power version, with tail-pipe emissions well below currently permitted limit values, rated at 136 cv with an engine optimised for natural gas that can 'be powered by gasoline in "recovery mode" thanks to an auxiliary tank.
Moreover, ECODaily Electric offers a vehicle having zero tail-pipe emissions at the point of use, the ECODaily Electric designed and produced by Iveco.
With ECODaily 7 t, Iveco will strengthen its position in the high-end recreational camper market in which it is European leader. For many years, these luxury vehicles, over 6 t, across Europe are primarily branded Iveco.
Iveco has worked hard in recent years in this industry segment and today offers the customer a product, the ECODaily 7t Camper, which combines the traditional strengths of the Daily, robustness, reliability and manoeuvrability with its traditional rear-wheel drive, offering excellent traction and the tightest turning circle in its class. The 7t rating now enables customers who want to choose the top of the range vehicle an increasingly rich and comfortable interior appointment.
Iveco designs, manufactures, and markets a broad range of light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, off-road trucks, city and intercity buses and coaches as well as special vehicles for applications such as fire fighting, off-road missions, defence and civil protection.
Iveco employs almost 25,000 people and runs 27 production units in 16 Countries in the world using excellent technologies developed in 6 research centres. Besides Europe, the company operates in China, Russia, Australia and Latin America. With around 5,000 sales and service outlets in over 160 Countries guarantee technical support wherever in the world an Iveco vehicle is at work.
Torino, 22nd April 2010