Iveco and i-FAST Automotive Logistics: the first company to use ten new Stralis NP vehicles powered by liquefied natural gas for the transportation of vehicles
Iveco has signed an agreement to supply ten Stralis AS440S40T/P LNG vehicles to i-FAST-Automotive Logistics, a company that boasts a wealth of experience in the vehicle transportation sector.
FCA, IVECO and Snam sign a Memorandum of Understanding for the development of natural gas as an environmentally friendly vehicle fuel
Alfredo Altavilla (Chief Operating Officer of FCA EMEA Region), Pierre Lahutte (IVECO Brand President) and Marco Alverà (Chief Executive Officer of Snam), today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
Iveco delivers Germany’s first Liquid Natural Gas-powered long-haul truck at IAA 2016
Pierre Lahutte, Iveco Brand President and Rainer Bomba, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, hands over keys for first LNG truck in Germany.
Iveco New Stralis TCO2 Champion achieves two TÜV certificates: -11.2% fuel consumption for the truck and -10% for TCO2 Live services
TÜV, leading European technical certification centre, validates that New Stralis TCO2 Champion can reduce fuel consumption by up to -11.2 %, and its TCO2 Live services can cut a further -10%.Go to Gallery
IVECO Z TRUCK: the Zero-impact concept truck that anticipates the shift to green energy and autonomous driving in long-distance haulage
Iveco presents its world premiere IVECO Z TRUCK, the long-haul concept truck that breaks away from every constraint to be a zero-impact vehicle for a totally sustainable transport system.Go to Gallery
Iveco Bus showcases its wide offering at the IAA Commercial Vehicles 2016 in Hanover
Iveco Bus establishes a strong presence at IAA 2016, showcasing its vast range with five vehicles representing its core values of sustainable mobility, technological excellence and major added value in terms of quality, comfort, design and operating profitability.
Iveco at the IAA Commercial Vehicles 2016 in Hanover: official premiere of New Stralis TCO2 Champion
World premiere: a new long haul futuristic concept truck breaking new frontiers for totally sustainable transport.
Iveco launches the New Stralis NP: a revolutionary gas truck for sustainable long-haul transport
The New Stralis NP is the first natural gas truck specifically designed for long-haul operations. It is the only truck running on Compressed and Liquid Natural Gas to deliver the power rating, comfort, transmission technology and fuel autonomy to suit long-distance haulage missions.Go to Gallery
Iveco launches the New Stralis XP: The long haulage TCO2 Champion.
The New Stralis XP is the most reliable and fuel efficient truck available on the market and provides the most comprehensive solution for long-haul transport in a package that integrates product and services designed to reduce TCO and CO2. Go to Gallery
New Daily Euro 6, Business Instinct: the best partner for growing your transport business with its revolutionary “DAILY BUSINESS UP”
The New Daily Euro 6 builds on the strengths of the Daily family and introduces DAILY BUSINESS UP, the exclusive connectivity feature designed by Iveco that makes it the perfect partner to develop transport businessesGo to Gallery
Iveco signs agreement with Italian Biogas Consortium on environmental sustainability
Iveco and the Italian Biogas Consortium (CIB - Consorzio Italiano Biogas), two of the biggest Italian companies engaged in the reduction of exhaust emissions, revealed the details of their collaboration to promote the use of alternative fuels during the “Stati Generali del Biogas” (Biogas General Assembly) conference that opened the Biogas Italy event in Rome.
New Eurocargo crowned ‘Truck of the Year 2016 in Spain’
The award was presented by Transporte3 magazine to Iveco Business Director for Spain and Portugal, Gaetano De Astis
Iveco Daily wins another award: Chile “2016 Best Commercial Vehicle”
The Chilean trade press awarded the title of “2016 Best Commercial Vehicle” to the New Daily adding to its long list of award
Iveco and De Rooy entered the final stretch of the Dakar with a wide lead
Just one day from the end of the 2016 Dakar Rally, Gerard de Rooy is maintaining a lead in the general classification with his Iveco Powerstar and will give his all in the last 180 kilometers to be crowned champion for the second timeGo to Gallery
After Eurocargo “International Truck of the Year 2016” and Magelys “International Coach of the Year 2016”, Iveco triumphs in 2016 Dakar Rally
Three Iveco trucks in the Top 5: outstanding results for the Iveco pilots. The Dutch pilot Gerard de Rooy, in his Iveco Powerstar, triumphs in one of the toughest editions in the Dakar history
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Dakar 2016: Iveco and De Rooy take yet another step towards victory
During a special stage at very high temperatures between La Rioja and San Juan, the Dakar caravan continues to move towards its final destination in Rosario, with Iveco holding onto a big difference in the general classification.Go to Gallery
Iveco and De Rooy are consolidating their lead in the Dakar Rally
Gerard de Rooy and his Iveco Powerstar had another great day in the one of the most difficult stage with sand and dunes of the 2016 Dakar and took advantage of a very tough navigational stage to gain an even stronger lead in the generalGo to Gallery
Dakar 2016: new stage victory for Iveco and double podium in the General
Gerard de Rooy solidified his first-place position in the 2016 Dakar after his second consecutive win in a shortened race, due to the high temperatures in the dunes of CatamarcaGo to Gallery
Gerard de Rooy victory in stage 8 puts Iveco in the lead in the Dakar
In the first special with a strong focus on navigation, Gerard de Rooy skillfully threaded his way through the dunes of northern Argentina and landed his Iveco Powerstar in first place in the general classification, after proving himself as the best competitor in yesterday's race. Go to Gallery
Dakar 2016: a day of rest
The first half of the 2016 Dakar Rally is over. Gerard de Rooy put Iveco in second place in the general, and now the crews are getting ready for the second week, which promises to be even tougher than the first.Go to Gallery
Dakar 2016, stage 7: Iveco closes in on the lead in the general classification
Federico Villagra's flat tire at the end of the stage and Ton Van Genugten’s decision to help replace it, left Iveco without a victory in the special. However, the brand moved up to 2nd place in the general thanks to the team's leader, the Dutchman Gerard de Rooy.Go to Gallery
Dakar 2016: Gerard De Rooy second in stage sixth just 7 seconds behind winner
The Dakar Blazed Past the Uyuni Salt Flats.
The sixth stage of the world's toughest rally race included very dangerous stretches near the Uyuni Salt Flats, in Bolivia. Gerard de Rooy was Iveco's strongest competitor today, coming in just 7 seconds behind the winner, Hans Stacey.
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Dakar 2016: Villagra, with the Iveco Powerstar, lead the general classification
The fifth stage of the Rally led the caravan to Bolivia and close to the Uyuni Salt Flats, after dueling it out over 327 kilometers. Federico Villagra and his Iveco Powerstar finished in 3rd place and were moved up to first place for overall time.Go to Gallery
Iveco victorious in Stage 4 of the Dakar
Gerard de Rooy scored a triumph in the Trucks category with his Iveco Powerstar in the first part of the marathon stage of the world's most difficult rally race.Go to Gallery
Dakar 2016: Iveco on the podium again in a shortened Stage 3
The Dakar Rally continued to experience difficulties due to adverse weather conditions as Stage 3 got underway. Federico Villagra recorded the third fastest time with his Iveco Powerstar, leading the way for Team PETRONAS De Rooy Iveco.Go to Gallery
Iveco on the Podium in Dakar 2016 Stage 2
The Dakar Rally finally got underway with the fast-moving Villa Carlos Paz-Termas de Río Hondo section. The Iveco trucks performed very well, with four finishing in the top 10 and one just outside.Go to Gallery
Dakar 2016:Stage 1 Cancelled Due to Bad Weather
Heavy rains and thunderstorms in the provinces where the special was to take place forced the organizers to cancel the timed section. Safety concerns centered around the fact that support helicopters were unable to fly over the area.Go to Gallery