Following the Proace City delivery van and the Proace in the one-tonne class, Toyota is now launching the Proace Maxi, the first 3.5-tonne van from its cooperation with Stellantis. The load volume is up to 17 cubic meters and the all-electric version of the van has a standard range of up to 420 kilometers. Customers can choose from three lengths and heights for the panel van. It will also be available with a second row of seats. The Proace Max is also available as a chassis for multiple superstructures, as a platform van and as a tipper - each as a single or double cab.
The two smaller model series - including the Proace Verso and Proace Verso City passenger car variants - have been given a new, more linear front end, a modified dashboard and a redesigned steering wheel. Optional extras also include full LED headlights, a fully digital instrument display and infotainment and navigation systems with a ten-inch touchscreen and wireless smartphone integration via Apple Carplay and Android Auto. The second-generation high-voltage battery increases the range to up to 350 kilometers.
There have also been changes to the Hilux pick-up: it has been equipped with a 48-volt mild hybrid system. The electric assistance reduces fuel consumption and improves responsiveness, acceleration and handling.
Having already sold 119,000 light commercial vehicles in Europe last year, Toyota Professional is expecting a new sales record for this year. (aum)
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