Citroen, Fiat and Peugeot update their entire range in Europe

Citroen, Fiat and Peugeot update their entire range in Europe

The brands owned by Stellantis are breaking new ground in Europe with the One Pro, its highly updated range of light to medium utility vehicles.

And A service, like a truck, is a work tool and the difference is that the first one can also be used as a personal car. In the last two decades, along with images, this niche has evolved due to the brand’s commitment to providing constant improvements.

Among them are three that currently belong to Group Star and which are known and appreciated by consumers. And it is that Citroen, Fiat Y Peugeot It is among the car centers with the highest sales of light commercial vehicles, where a utility vehicle, van or van is presented as the best solution.

With the brand, in the world’s main markets, Stellantis Pro One, the commercial vehicle business unit of the Stellantis group, is a benchmark. A range of models that have just been updated to offer (along with the group’s other brands) the renewal of 12 models in Spain only.


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In this market, Stellantis Pro One has a recognized range and a strong presence in Spain and throughout Europe, where it was registered. 578,000 units were sold in 2023. In the Spanish market, the Group leads the registration with a share of 35.2%, which becomes a penetration of 48.9% if we are talking about 100% electric commercial vehicles.

Utility vehicle, van or van: the Stellantis range in Europe

One of the keys to the success of Stellantis Pro One commercial vehicles is their ability to meet the needs of all types of companies and professionals in various fields of activity.

In all the segments in which they compete, the Group and its brands offer a range of silhouettes and bodies in each utility vehicle: closed car, combi, two bedroom, apartment house, camping station, public transportation, platform… A whole world of customization possibilities that opens up thanks to 400 agreements with specialized body builders.


In the Old Continent, the offer of each Stellantis Pro One utility vehicle is distributed in four parts: that of small vans, produced in Vigo. (Citroen Berlingo, Fiat Doblò, Opel Combo and Peugeot Partner), medium sized vans (Citroën Jumpy, Fiat Scudo, Opel Vivaro and Peugeot Expert) and big cars (Citroën Jumper, Fiat Ducato, Opel Movano and Peugeot Boxer).

Stellantis Pro One attack occurs in a technological revolution which affects the interface that relates the occupants to each utility vehicle and the integration into the vehicle device. 18 driving assistance functions, which increases driving safety and driver peace of mind, as well as increasing productivity. With this innovation, the Group’s commercial vehicles rise to level 2 autonomous driving.

The improved interface is shown in the new digital instrument panel, with important new features in the infotainment and connectivity systems, centered in the new 10″ touch screen. With the smartphone station, the car becomes an extension of the mobile phone and its applications, which can be driven intuitively without taking your eyes or attention away from the road A Powerful Encircling Visionwhich provides a 360º vision around the van, providing safety during operation.


In addition to these technical innovations common to the entire range, the models also develop their own distinct identity thanks to the materials and configurations that characterize the road cars of their brand or that have become the main material in their commercial vehicles, such as the seats. Advanced Comfort in Citroën, Magic Cargo configuration in Fiat specialistmatrix lighting in Opel vans or Peugeot i-Cockpit driving position.

“Zero emission” mobility is another important aspect of the Stellantis Pro One strategy. Frequency renewal is determined by the arrival of new heat pumpwhich increases energy and increases freedom to exceeding 300 km in small vans or up to 400 km in larger models. Features such as charging speed are also addressed, with the introduction of the new E-Power Take Off and 400 V DC battery shutdown.