The IVECO Daily 4×4 Tigrotto, initially launched exclusively in left-hand drive, is now being offered in right-hand drive, the manufacturer has announced.
Based upon the rugged IVECO Daily 4×4, this highly capable machine pays homage to its namesake of the 1950s.
The original 1957 Tigrotto was designed for heavy-duty missions and spawned numerous variations over a 15-year period.
The new Tigrotto can be ordered as a chassis cab, enabling body builders to unleash their creativity on this highly capable platform.
IVECO hope for particular interest from the leisure vehicle industry.
Offered in an on or off-road specification, all variants are powered by a 3.0-litre 180 hp diesel engine coupled to an 8-speed HI-MATIC automatic gearbox.
Thanks to the Daily’s truck-based chassis, the 7.2 tonne Tigrotto is available with a payload of up to 4,165 kg, and body lengths up to 4,450 metres.
Equipped to venture from the beaten track, this all-wheel drive vehicle features three locking differentials and low-speed gearbox ratios to maximise traction.
Adding to mechanical strength is an advanced Electronic Stability Programme that helps prevent wheel-slip.
A significantly increased ride height combined with excellent approach and departure angles further add to this Daily’s rugged credentials.
The Tigrotto – meaning ‘tiger cub’ in Italian – boasts unique two-tone bodywork and a red elements that hark back to the 1950s original, as does the instantly recognisable badging.
Its retro-inspired wheels and rounded spotlights create a classic look that’s both stylish and functional.
This model’s enhancements extend to a cab that presents a ‘vintage’ inspired dashboard finished in contrasting shades and crowned with a Tigrotto logo.
Specially branded floormats are also unique to this special edition model.
The IVECO Daily 4×4 Tigrotto is available to order in right-hand drive from IVECO dealerships now.