Perched upon the carmaker’s EMP2 platform, both models are set to arrive in European showrooms from the middle of this year.
As is the norm with European load-carriers, there’s no shortage of combinations for van length, engine, transmission and trim levels.
Regardless of what form it takes, Peugeot-Citroën’s truck will be a body-on-frame model available in several configurations, including single cab, double cab, and cab-chassis. Most variants will ship with a four-cylinder turbodiesel engine. A manual transmission and rear-wheel drive will come standard, and buyers will be able to order an automatic transmission, four-wheel drive, or both at an extra cost.
PSA’s Grip Control, an upgraded anti-skid system that optimises wheel grip is be available on all models. The four-wheel-drive option is available through a Dangel kit to give full drive to all wheels.
The vans differ almost only in their front end design to accommodate the different logos for each brand. Prices will be announced nearer to the time of launch in September, according to both Citroën and Peugeot.