Toyota will give its Proace City compact van its world debut at the CV Show in Birmingham on April 30.
Developed in collaboration with Groupe PSA, Proace City is available in two different lengths – short at 4.4m and long at 4.7m.
Both can be specified with three front seats, and as panel or glass vans; the long version is also available as a crew cab. The passenger version is offered with five or seven seats both in the short and long version.
The short model will have a maximum load volume of 3.3cu m, while adding the Smart Cargo system provides it with a load length capability of 3.1m. The long model offers 4.3cu m and 3.4m respectively.
Both models have a maximum payload of one tonne, and can tow braked trailers up to 1.5 tonnes.
Proace City will be available with a range of petrol and diesel powertrains with power outputs from 75PS to 130PS, and a choice of five or six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmissions.
Standard safety equipment includes a pre-collision system, road sign assist, lane keep assist, cruise control and a driver fatigue warning.
A safety pack adds automatic high beam, sway warning and an extended road sign assist system.
A further pack adds adaptive cruise control and a blind spot monitor.
All models also come with eCall for automatic connection with the emergency services in the event of a serious accident.
Proace City is equipped with an eight-inch touchscreen to access audio and smartphone functions, with MirrorLink, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus Bluetooth, and USB/Aux-in connections.