Toyota is expanding its utility offering with the Proace Max, available in an electric version. This is a new cooperation with Stellantis.
Toyota is setting out to conquer the large van market with the Proace Max. To have this vehicle, Toyota once again collaborated with Stellantis. As a reminder, the Japanese brand joined forces with the former PSA group to design the current Proace, then offer the Proace City, a modified Berlingo.
The Proace Max is therefore a close cousin of the Citroën Jumper, Fiat Ducato, Opel Movano and Peugeot Expert! These have just been revised and the Toyota therefore arrives with their developments. Starting with a 100% electric version with significantly improved technology.
The electric Proace Max thus announces a good range of 420 km thanks to a large 110 kW battery. There is an 11 kW three-phase on-board charger as standard. In direct current fast charging, the maximum is 150 kW. The motor has a power of 200 kW.
In terms of looks, as for the others, the aesthetic specificities focus on the shield/grille assembly, with here a logo placed on a body-colored element. The Proace Max is available in six configurations, with two wheelbases, three lengths and three heights. In its largest specification, the electric version has a loading capacity of 17 m³.
With the presentation of the Max, Toyota also unveils the restyling of the two other Proaces. The City in electric version now announces a combined range of 330 km, a gain of 50 km. The mid-range Proace offers a choice between two batteries, 50 and 75 kWh. With the largest, the range is now 350 km, a gain of 20 km compared to before restyling.
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