CREATED TO PROVIDE OUTSTANDING MOBILITY, PROTECTION AND PAYLOAD

Iveco Defence Vehicles' range of Armoured and Multirole Vehicles, Tactical and Logistic Trucks covers the full spectrum of on- and off-road military requirements. It represents a well thought through, comprehensive and effective response to the needs of the military, security and civil protection customer.

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armoured vehicles
multirole vehicles
trucks and special vehicles
VBM/CENTAURO FAMILY - LAND ARMOURED VEHICLES 8X8

VBM/CENTAURO FAMILY - LAND ARMOURED VEHICLES 8X8

SUPERAV - AMPHIBIOUS ARMOURED VEHICLE 8X8

SUPERAV - AMPHIBIOUS ARMOURED VEHICLE 8X8

VBTP - AMPHIBIOUS ARMOURED VEHICLE 6X6

VBTP - AMPHIBIOUS ARMOURED VEHICLE 6X6

LMV - Light Multirole Vehicle

LMV - Light Multirole Vehicle

MPV - Medium Protected Vehicle

MPV - Medium Protected Vehicle

MUV - Military Utility Vehicle

MUV - Military Utility Vehicle

TACTICAL VEHICLES

TACTICAL VEHICLES

LOGISTIC VEHICLES

LOGISTIC VEHICLES

HOMELAND SECURITY

HOMELAND SECURITY

Our philosophy

Iveco DV’s engineers have exploited the modular approach adopted in our commercial range to provide direct benefits to the military user. This philosophy is evident in each of our product lines, allowing the solution to be tuned as closely as possible to the identified needs of the user without time-consuming re-engineering, and delivering the following advantages:
  • Optimal combination of power, protection and payload
  • Ease of technology insertion through life
  • Improved maintainability
  • Flexibility of employment
  • Common spares inventory to reduce costs and enable efficient fleet management.

Continuous Devolopment

Iveco recognises that the needs of military customers change in response to the evolving operational environment, developing doctrine and changing threat. As a part of the company’s commitment to the customers’ needs, the aim to identify or anticipate at an early stage how requirements are likely to develop. As a result, the whole product range is subjected to a continuous development process under which evolving needs are fed back to the engineers, who, in turn, develop a steady stream of enhancements in terms of payload, mobility and protection. Where necessary, complete new vehicle families are developed to provide new capabilities as requirements arise.