Developed jointly as part of an agreement signed by the PSA Peugeot Citroen and Toyota in 2012, the new vans and MPVs will make their public debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Sales will be begin in the first half of the 2016.
Visually, the three vans will have different bumpers, grilles, and slightly different headlights.
All three vans will be made by PSA Peugeot Citroen at its factory in Valenciennes, France.
For Peugeot, the new Traveller will replace the Expert, while the Citroen SpaceTourer will replace the Jumpy (also known as the Dispatch in some markets, such as the UK). Toyota will continue with the Proace name for its version of the van/MPV range.
The Traveller/SpaceTourer/Proace triplets will replace the current set of vans (Expert/Jumpy/Proace), which were initially developed in alliance with Fiat, which sold its version as the Scudo.
Pricing, specifications and drivetrains have yet to be announced.