Commercial vehicle and truck builders Iveco have revealed the all-new incarnation of their Daily series. Competing with the likes of the Ford Transit, Renault Master, Opel Vivaro and some Mercedes Sprinter variants, the Daily can be had in a variety of different styles, lengths and trims, depending on the job it’s required to do, and it will be made available in Europe after its official reveal set for June.
Aside from the noticeably new styling and new interior, mechanical improvements have been made too. The front suspension, for instance, is revised for improved comfort and control, while in the rear, it has been adjusted so as to make lowering of the entire rear section by 55 mm possible; an overall fuel efficiency improvement of 5 percent was also mentioned.
Previous generation Iveco Dailys are very common sight on European roads, and this new one, which is built both in Italy and Spain, will continue the brand’s longstanding (35-year) tradition in the field.
It also looks kind of mean and aggressive up front, and that will help a lot when faced with modern-looking competitors like the Renault or Ford.
By Andrei Nedelea