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Grupo industrial italiano whose headquarters is situated in Turin, founded in January of 1975, the product of the merger of five companies, located in between France, Italy and Germany. The main activity is focused on the construction and marketing of light commercial vehicles, medium and heavy vehicles, quarry and works, buses and special vehicles. The name Iveco first appeared in 1975.

it Has several production plants located in Europe, China, Russia, Australia, Argentina and Brazil. Annually produces about 150 000 commercial vehicles.

In the beginning the company was focused on streamline, integrate and optimise production processes that previously functioned autonomously. From 1975 to 1979, Iveco, covering 200 basic models and 600 versions.

During the year 1978 it launched its first vehicle light, the model's Daily, this was conceived as a vehicle industrial small, reliable and robust. Later in 1980 they built the first turbo diesel engine for heavy industrial vehicles. Thus were born the models TurboDaily, Turbostar and Turbotech.

In the decade of the 80, is oriented strongly towards the promotion of the brand, undertook actions as the sponsorship of sporting events such as the Olympic Games of 1980 in Moscow, among other activities. It established two new divisions: diesel engines for buses and firefighting vehicles. In 1985 Iveco made the first diesel engine light with direct injection.

Four years later, in 1989, produced the first diesel engine with EGR to reduce polluting emissions compatible with commercial vehicles, this year we launched the new Daily is equipped with this engine.

In the year 2000, and in 2005, this model received the award “International Van of the Year”. The vehicle to transport heavy Stralis, was rewarded in 2003 as “Truck of the Year”

In 2009 Iveco became the provider of Trucks and commercial Vehicles for the Moto GP, in addition to continue with the Ferrari team Racing, which provides the vehicles to carry the cars of races of the Formula 1 World Championship.