Who is the parent company of Iveco Corporation?

IVECO S.p.A., an acronym for Industrial Vehicles Corporation, is an Italian transport vehicle manufacturing company based in Turin and a wholly owned subsidiary of CNH Industrial.

What kind of engines are made by Iveco?

IVECO – FPT and CNH/ Case engines are used in variety of agricultural equipment including tractors from 72 Hp, combine harvesters, tele handlers and wheel loaders. With more than 15 million motors created and with a motor yearly generation of more than 400,000 units, FPT/IVECO is perhaps the biggest maker of diesel motors on the planet.

Where do IVECO FPT and CNH engines come from?

Heavy machinery IVECO – FPT and CNH aftermarket engines and supply parts. We aim to supply parts and engines for the main industry sectors including Industrial, Agricultural, Construction, Marine, Automotive and Power Generation

When did the first Iveco hybrid bus come out?

IVECO has been active in this sector since 1990 with 6, 7, 4 and 12 metre buses for urban and suburban transportation. The series hybrid technology features a diesel engine – smaller than that of a traditional vehicle – that acts as a battery charger.

Is the Iveco Daily van a commercial vehicle?

So much more than a commercial vehicle. The New Daily van is designed to help you operate your business sustainably and profitably. With the New Daily van, technology is at your service: when you spend the majority of your working day behind the wheel, you want your on-board living conditions and driving experience to be second to none.

What kind of engine does Iveco Trakker Evolution 2 have?

De Rooy was followed by drivers Stacey and Biasion behind the wheel of two Iveco Trakker Evolution 2 vehicles, equipped with an FPT Industrial C13 engine with over 900 hp. Iveco is the brand under which the light, medium and heavy vehicles are sold.

When did Irisbus become part of Iveco Motors?

In 2003 IVECO entirely bought out Irisbus, originally part of a joint venture with Renault. In 2004 the Iveco Motors brand was born, which became an umbrella for the production of engines, and the following year it was incorporated into the newly founded Fiat Powertrain Technologies.