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Oct 01, 2021

On September 30, Iveco revealed its new logo which depicts Iveco Group as the holding company, with a light and understated design, it places the importance on the brands which it houses and pays homage to their rich and shared heritage. 
This is the new Iveco Group and the unveiling of its logo is a further step towards the completion of the spin-off of this business from CNH Industrial N.V., which is expected to occur in early 2022.

(Iveco press release)

Sep 22, 2021

On September 20, Iveco Bus presented the 10-190 minibus chassis, for urban and road applications during the Lat.Bus Transpublico 2021 event.
Produced at the Sete Lagoas plant, the 10-190 minibus chassis has a maximum capacity of 36 passengers and 10.5-ton PBT, and is equipped with an FPT engine that generates 190 hp, making it possible to operate with the optional air conditioning without compromising the vehicle's performance.
The chassis is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission box and two 135-amp batteries to meet the vehicle's electrical and electronic demands.
The suspension consists of semi-elliptical springs and a stabilizer bar.
(multiple sources on September 20, 2021)

Sep 18, 2021

On September 13, Iveco presented a new version of the Tector medium-duty truck dedicated to the waste collection operation.
The Auto-Shift Collector Tector has a new 10-speed automated gearbox, with reinforced sets of gears and clutch that promises to deliver a 20% reduction in fuel consumption compared to the automatic transmission.
The vehicle is equipped with a 300 hp NEF n67 engine from FPT Industrial, and is sold in two wheelbase configurations, for 4x2 and 6x2 applications.
As Iveco expands into new vehicle niches, further expansion is expected from the production and application of the Euro 6 engines that arrive to meet the regulatory requirements of the P8 phase of Proconve.
Iveco is currently preparing assembly lines in its Sete Lagoas plant to start series production of Euro 6 engines.
"We haven't started production in scale yet, it's at the prototype level. We're making the necessary adjustments to the line to start producing as a series product," said Marco Rangel, president of FPT Industrial.
The company also intends to build natural gas-powered engines in Brazil, another technology that Iveco has already developed abroad.
(multiple sources on September 13, 2021)