As you well know, PSA and Toyota have a collaboration in terms of their ranges smaller with the C1, 108 and Aygo, but it is a collaboration that also has its bases in vehículos industiales. Arrive Citroën Spacetourer, Peugeot Traveller and Toyota Proace, the surrogate of the Jumpy, Expert, and Proace.
The new generation of vans comes radically renewed, and that is that this is not a simple makeup. Their debut design, debut name and premiered platform, which makes them some tools more efficient and of higher quality. For the moment we only know the versions of passengers. With a lot of security to the commercial versions use the names of before.
Few details we know about the new trio of vans, simply using a new platform which surely will be lighter. They will also share engines, but at this point not yet mentioned the range mechanics that will move this collaboration francojaponesa.
In terms of design, the three share body and finishes, with very subtle details differentiating. There’s not so much daring as with the C1, 108 and Aygo. The nose is what is most striking, looking like each one more to their range of models. On the whole the result is something more robust than the previous generation, with more square and a nose awesome.
In the interior, again, the changes are minimal and the differences focus more on the ranges and equipment. Although I still have not transcended details, it is expected that all ride some of the latest safety systems and entertainment. In the end, the models that we show now are the versions of passengers, many of them belonging to families that need 7 or more seats, or companies in need of shuttles.
The Citroën Spacetourer, Peugeot Traveller and Toyota Proace will be presented to the public in the Geneva, in march of the next year, immediately after booting your marketing. We will learn about their industrial versions and more details over the next few months.
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