Iveco was founded in 1975 following the merger of 5 companies from 3 European countries.

​Iveco has had an international vocation since it was founded.

In 1975 five well-established companies from three different European countries (Italy, France and Germany) decided to pool their skills to create a new company.

Through acquisitions, alliances and international joint ventures, Iveco has built up its position among the world leaders on the road transport scene.

Today it has manufacturing plants in Europe, China, India, Russia, Turkey, Australia, Argentina, Brazil and South Africa and it is present in over 160 countries.

Iveco offers products that meet all the needs of professional transport. Its range is one of the most comprehensive, and has been entirely revamped since 2007.

Iveco has always been a leader in the field of innovation, both where engines are concerned (it was the first company to introduce the turbo throughout its diesel range, the first to adopt Common Rail engines and the first to launch EuroV vehicles), and where its vehicles are concerned (winning the Truck of the Year title in 1992, 1993 and 2003, and Van of the Year in 2000).