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March 11, 2014 AT 12:34 PM
A typical morning in the everyday life of an Iveco Daily minibus in South Africa: departure from Soweto at 6:00 a.m. with the vehicle's first stop at 6:45 a.m. on the outskirts of Johannesburg, where it takes on passengers going to Namibia. From the city, the Daily proceeds onto difficult terrain, including stretches of desert and savannah filled with wild animals and fords to cross – with the vehicle's odometer gradually inching its way toward the one million kilometre mark. This is the story depicted in the new video: "Iveco Daily. As new, after 1.000.000 kilometres". A story that is as impressive as it is true, with the vehicle in the starring role. This story begins every morning in South Africa and ends each night in Namibia. It is a story of sacrifice, emotions and kilometres shared by 25 Iveco Dailys, produced in the Iveco plants in Europe, that navigate the difficult terrain of the African continent day in and day out. A journey of 1,000 kilometres, 365 days a year – a tremendous distance that has exceeded one million kilometres in just three years. The video shows a team of Iveco technicians arriving just in time to "rescue" the vehicle's driver, and they are astonished to find that the odometer is displaying six zeroes.