PSA Group has announced a trio of new leisure activity vehicles (LAVs) for its Peugeot, Citroen and Vauxhall brands.
The new models will replace the existing passenger car versions of the Peugeot Partner, Citroen Berlingo and Vauxhall Combo.
The vehicles will be unveiled by their respective brands in the near future and will stem from a single development programme, based on the group's EMP2 platform.
They will be available in five- and seven-seat configurations, and PSA Group says they will "set the benchmark for the LAV segment in terms of efficiency, manoeuvrability, comfort and safety".
From the carefully-cropped image supplied, the three vehicles demonstrate disctinctive styling differences, keeping them in line with their respective brands.
Olivier Bourges, executive vice-president, programmes and strategy, said: “With this competitive new line-up, we are offering our individual customers a new generation of LAVs that will stand out in terms of style and features.
"It’s also a concrete illustration of our Push to Pass plan: on a single platform, we are presenting very distinct models that perfectly embody the DNA of each of our brands.”
Utility versions of the passenger vehicles will be rolled out in a few months' time.