New Pictures: Toyota Proace (Hiace replacement)

Toyota Proace in underground car park

The 1.94m roof height of the new Proace means that it will fit in many (but not all!) underground car parks.

Toyota has released new pictures of its upcoming Proace medium van, which will replace the discontinued Hiace.

The Proace is based on the Peugeot Expert/Citroën Dispatch and will be built at PSA Peugeot Citroën’s Sevelnord factory in northern France.

Production starts in April and the Proace will be available in two lengths and two heights, giving load capacities ranging from 5 cubic metres to 7 cubic metres and payloads from 1,000kg to 1,200kg.

The Proace will be fitted with Euro 5 engines, presumably PSA units, that will offer power outputs ranging from 89bhp to 161bhp, depending on the market and model.

Like the donor van, the Proace will be available in panel van, crew cab and window van (people carrier) versions, and a range of options will be available.

The Proace is due to go on sale in the UK in Sprin 2012, with deliveries starting during the second quarter of 2012.

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