Vauxhall has confirmed a fully-electric version of its Movano large van will be available from the summer.
The Movano-e joins the brands LCV line-up as part of a facelift for the Movano.
Featuring a 122PS and 260Nm electric motor, the Movano-e is available with a choice of either a 37kWh or 70kWh battery, with ranges of 72 miles and 139 miles respectively under WLTP testing.
The new Movano is also available with a 2.2-litre diesel engine with a range of power outputs, from 120PS to 165PS and with torque figures of between 300Nm and 370Nm. All versions of the engines feature a six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive.
Panel van customers can choose from four wheelbase lengths (L1, L2, L3 and L4) and three height options (H1, H2, and H3), with load volumes from 8.0 to 17 cubic metres.
On high roof H3 variants, the rear doors have a 2.03mm loading height, plus can be opened up to 270 degrees. The All-New Movano also benefits from one of the widest range of Gross Vehicle Weights in the large LCV class (2,800kg to 4,000kg) and a maximum payload of 2,100kg.
The standard panel van has a single row of three seats, while crew cab versions benefit from second row seating that can accommodate a further four passengers.
All-New Movano is also available as a chassis cab, a chassis crew cab and a platform cab with a single row of three seats.
As with other Vauxhall LCV models, the Movano and Movano-e benefit from both VauxhallConnect and the MyVauxhall app. On the Movano-e, the MyVauxhall app allows access to information such as nearby charging stations, while VauxhallConnect gives drivers access to features such as current charge status.
A range safety features include forward collision alert, blind spot warning, lane departure warning and Hill Descent Control, which takes into account the extra length of a trailer when warning drivers about objects in their blindspot.