Technical data sheets and features

Iveco Defence Vehicles
In this sector Iveco can boast almost a century of experience: in fact, the first Lancia defence vehicle was launched in 1912. The current range is a diversified family of unique products, extending from logistic vehicles to those for tactical missions, armoured vehicles and buses. Some of these models are greatly appreciated and familiar all over the world.
The recent success of the LMV (Light Multirole Vehicle) in the UK, Spain, Belgium, Norway, Croatia and the Czech Republic have enabled this product to build up a solid international reputation. The LMV is currently the only light armoured vehicle to have passed the mobility, performance and reliability tests set by the British Ministry of Defence.

Iveco Astra
Astra has the most comprehensive and articulated range of heavy quarry and construction site vehicles on the market. Its vast experience in the defence field was extended to the civil field in the 1950s. It has produced a number of heavy vehicles that are particularly suitable for difficult, heavy-duty work on all types of terrain, including rigid and articulated dumpers, which work in the difficult conditions in the construction sites of large public works in North America, Africa and Oceania.
Astra is also the production center for heavy vehicles to transport goods by road used for special and heavy transport  and for tactical and logistic off-road trucks (even armored) for defense applications with transmission configurations from 4x2 to 8x8.
The range is completed by conversions of Iveco vehicles destined to niche markets (exceptional loads, 8 x8 - 6 x 2, etc.).

Iveco Magirus Fire Fighting
Iveco Magirus Fire Fighting draws together Iveco Magirus Brandschutztechnik, Camiva, Lohr-Magirus and Iveco Mezzi Speciali to form the most important European group in the fire-fighting sector. The Iveco Magirus Fire Fighting range includes vehicles that are examples of excellence in the fire fighting market. It also offers customers a range of tools and equipment for civil protection that can tackle any emergency, including the famous Magirus turntable ladder (world leader), the only one to reach an extension of 55 m in total safety.