Where do Iveco vans come from?

I know most van makers are also car makers but I see Iveco vans and trucks and I don't know much about them - is it a car company?

Asked on 11 March 2013 by I've Eco

Answered by John Slavin
Sort of - Fiat owns Iveco, so it's an Italian company. It makes larger vans like the Daily and also HGVs, like the Stralis and LGVs like the Eurocargo. Iveco doesn't sell any smaller vans, though.
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