The Iveco eDaily has been updated with a new digital dash, larger battery option and improved ePTO.
Changes to the interior include a 10.25-inch digital driver’s display and a revised infotainment system with a 10-inch screen. Improvements have also been made to the 15kW ePTO which now offers 50kW of power in high-voltage as well as operating as a mechanical electric PTO. Iveco says the additional power will enable the EPTO to be used for a wider range of equipment including on specialist vehicles like fire engines, snow ploughs and refuse collection vehicles.
The electric Iveco Daily will now also be available with a fourth battery option, adding to the van’s modular battery configuration. The fourth battery was announced at the launch of the Iveco eDaily but it now available on the 7.2-tonne chassis cab variants, increasing battery capacity to 148kWh for the eDaily 72C and its range to up to 240km. in addition, chassis cabs now also get the option of a side-mounted charging port. Iveco says this will make charging more convenient for drivers.