Citroen and Peugeot have updated their respective large panel vans, the Relay and Boxer, with new powertrains.
Both vehicles also feature new trim levels and safety equipment.
A new 2.2-litre diesel engine replaces the old 2.0 Blue HDI unit, offering more power and better efficiency.
The engine is available in three states of tune: 120PS, 140PS and 165PS.
Peugeot has added two new trim levels to the Boxer line-up; Grip and Asphalt. These are mirrored on the Citroen Relay as Worker and Driver.
The Grip/Worker version is designed for those that cover rough terrain and comes with all-season tyres, mudflaps, reinforced suspension and underbody protection, plus Grip control with hill decent control.
The Asphalt/Driver is suited to higher-mileage users, with sat-nav, air con, reversing camera and parking sensors plus autonomous emergency braking and lane departure warning.
Prices for the new vans start at less than £24,000, with a range of four lengths and two heights.
Both models will be available as a fully electric vehicle before the end of the year.