IVECO recently revealed the New Daily at the CNH Industrial Village in Turin, Italy, as part of a two-day event. A major selling point is the two different engine options, which make it “the first vehicle in its segment to comply with Euro 6D/Temp and Euro VI D emissions standards,” the company says. This includes the 2.3-litre F1A engine, which produces between 116 and 156 horsepower, and the 3.0-litre F1C heavy-duty engine, which produces between 160 and 210 horsepower and has a compressed natural gas (CNG) option.
The New Daily can be configured as a tipper truck, box truck, minibus, and cargo van, giving it the same versatility as past Daily models. With fuel savings of up to 10% and 60,000-kilometre service intervals, the New Daily offers a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for customers in a wide range of industries.
For The Driver
IVECO added several features to make the New Daily more driver-friendly, including the new Hi-Connect “infotainment system,” which is compatible with Android Auto and Apple Car Play and features a 7-inch screen, a TomTom navigation system, rear camera display, and IVECO’s Driving Style Evaluation System. The New Daily also has a new Electric Power Steering system, newly designed instrument cluster, and more.
The New Daily comes standard with a host of advanced driver assistance and safety technologies, as well. The advanced emergency brake system, for example, works together with a solution called City Brake PRO to help prevent (or at least lessen the impact of) collisions when travelling below 50 km/h. Other features in this area include adaptive cruise control, ProActive Lane Keeping Assist, Crosswind Assist, Hill Descent Control, Traction Plus, and an Electric Parking Brake. The New Daily also has improved LED lights that IVECO says can “improve visibility and obstacle perception by 15%.”
As with other vehicles IVECO has released in the past few years, the New Daily can send and receive data in real-time through IVECO’s Control Room, where specialists can interact remotely with the vehicle and perform proactive diagnostics, schedule preventative maintenance, and implement uptime improvements. Data transmissions can also be used for the unique purpose of developing custom financing plans. For instance, if a customer is using a truck “less than originally expected,” this tool can be used to “adjust payments accordingly” and “develop maintenance contracts that closely match the customer’s operation,” IVECO says.
IVECO also offers several connectivity services designed for vehicle owners and fleet managers, including the MyDaily portal, which is accessible via computer or mobile device and offers information about fuel consumption, driver behavior, and more.
Another example is IVECO fleet management by Verizon Connect, which is designed to improve operational efficiency by giving managers access to diagnostics data, mileage, navigation information, and more. They can also take advantage of the Remote Assistance Service where you can send updates and dataset changes over the air to further improve uptime.
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