The new model promises to “bring cutting-edge technology to the LCV sector” when it goes on sale in the Autumn.
It has up to a one tonne payload and load capacity of up to 4.4 cubic metres, depending on version.
Short and long wheelbase models are available, plus a Crew van.
Peugeot’s i-Cockpit digital instrument cluster is fitted as standard to the new Partner, a segment first.
There is also a suite of connectivity and safety equipment available.
An overload sensor and digital rear view mirror form part of the package.
Higher grade models have electric parking brake, adaptive cruise control, extended traffic sign recognition, active lane keeping assist, driver attention warning, active safety brake, a tow-bar stabiliser, automatic headlight dipping, blind spot monitoring and hands-free entry and start.
An eight-inch infotainment screen feature 3D satnav with tomtom connected traffic updates.
Petrol engines feature two versions of the 1.2 PureTech with wither 130PS or 110PS.
Three diesel engines are available; a 1.6-litre BlueHDi 130PS or a 1.5-litre BlueHDi with 100PS or 75PS.