The Iveco Daily was originally launched in 1978, and is now in its sixth generation. The Daily covers Iveco’s 3.5-tonne to 7-tonne class. Since its launch, more than 2.6 million Dailys have been sold worldwide.
The Daily I was built from 1978 to 1990 as a collaboration between Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Officine Meccaniche, and was available under multiple brands. The Daily II was launched in 1990 with a revised cabin, drivetrain improvements and optional four-wheel drive. It was also only available under the name Iveco Daily. In 1999, the newly constructed Daily III launched. This was the first van of its class with common-rail injection and there were 2000 configuration options.
The fourth generation was a major overhaul of its predecessor and was first sold in mid-2006. In 2009 this generation had a facelift that included a redesigned front, and revised engines. The facelift also included a new name: Iveco EcoDaily.
The Daily fifth generation was from September 2011 to June 2014. This included predominantly body and interior changes.
The sixth-generation Daily was released in July 2014. Compared to the previous model, the vehicle was completely redesigned and only the same engine was kept.