2016 Peugeot Traveller: Replaces Expert, similar to Foodtruck

In 2016, the Peugeot Traveller light van will hit markets across the EU and will replace the Expert in the company’s lineup.

Handsome and modern, the Peugeot Traveller and Citroen SpaceTourer were developed in conjunction with Toyota, who will market its version as the next-generation ProAce.

The Eurovans will be made at the PSA Peugeot Citroen at its factory in Valenciennes, France. All three cars have the same sheet metal, but differ with unique bumpers, grilles, and probably trims and prices.

Sales begin in the first half of 2016, with a debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Specifications and pricing will be announced later.

The new Traveller/SpaceTourer/ProAce replace the Expert/Jumpy/Proace, which were co-developed with Fiat. Fiat will move its next-generation Scudo line to a joint venture with French rivals Renault.

If the design looks familiar to you, that’s because Peugeot basically revealed the look with its Foodtruck concept (below) earlier this year.