The new IVECO eDAILY has been crowned the ‘One to Watch’ at the 2023 What Van? Awards. Sighting its innovative use of a modular battery system, unrivalled towing ability and class-leading 15kW ePTO, the award highlights how the new eDAILY is ready to tackle any customer mission.
James Dallas, editor of What Van? said: “The eDAILY is packed with useful features, including the ability to power auxiliary equipment. Available from 3.5 to 7.2-tonnes the electric Daily matches the load-carrying capabilities of its ICE counterparts and can be specified with one to three batteries, giving it a range of up to 248 miles. IVECO’s new electric DAILY van represents a transformation from the brand’s previous foray into the plug-in market.”
The IVECO eDAILY has been designed to deliver the same broad range of capabilities that the combustion model has become known for. It is the only eLCV capable of towing 3.5-tonnes thanks to its strong truck-based chassis, while a wide range of wheelbases can deliver up to 20 cubic metres of cargo capacity.
A choice of battery configurations allows operators to tailor an eDAILY to their individual mission, balancing payload with range. With a rapid charging capacity of 80kW, the eDAILY can gain 62 miles of range in just 30 minutes with a total range on a full charge of up to 248 miles*.
These batteries are covered by one of the most comprehensive warranties with an eight-year 100,000-mile warranty for vehicles with one battery, or 155,000-miles with two or three. A class-leading turning circle cements its agile DNA, while the One Pedal Drive regenerative mode makes it easier to recover energy or smoothly deploy in the city just using the accelerator pedal.
IVECO UK Light Business-line Director, Mike Cutts said “We are delighted to win this prestigious award from What Van? We can’t wait to get the eDAILY into dealers with the first UK customer deliveries anticipated during the Spring of 2023.”
The IVECO eDAILY is available to order with immediate effect.
*Range quoted is that of an IVECO Daily 42S 3 battery model on the urban cycle.