The next-generation Toyota Proace van has been revealed.
Built in France alongside the newly announced Peugeot and Citroen equivalent models, the van is the second Toyota to be built under the PSA platform sharing agreement.
A choice of two grades, three body sizes and two wheelbase lengths are available, in line with the options offered by the equivalent models.
Five diesel engines are available, according to market, with power outputs from 94 to 178bhp and a choice of manual, robotised manual and automatic transmissions.
Specification highlights include optional power sliding side doors, three front seats (including Compact) and a new Smart Cargo system that features an opening bulkhead and lifting front passenger seat base to increase load length capacity by 1.16m and overall load volume by an extra half a cubic metre.
Safety standards have been further increased. Proace Van will be offered with the option of two Toyota Safety Sense packages providing a choice of active safety and driver assistance features.
Like its siblings, the Proace will make its world debut at the CV Show next month.
UK order books will open in late April, ahead of the official start of sales in September. Prices and specifications will be announced soon