Stellantis unveils 12 New Electric and Hydrogen-Powered delivery vans

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Stellantis launches a dozen zero-emissions vans under its Pro One offensive, targeting leadership in Europe’s electric commercial vehicle market.

Stellantis has revealed 12 new delivery vans in a consolidated launch, bypassing a staggered release. These zero-emission vans are built on Stellantis’ second-generation electric and hydrogen fuel cell platforms and will be marketed by Citroen, Fiat Professional, Opel, Peugeot, and Vauxhall.

As part of the Pro One offensive, Stellantis aims to position its electric commercial vehicles as industry leaders in Europe. The latest generation of zero-emission vans incorporates in-house batteries that offer extended ranges.

Among the 12 models, Stellantis offers three sizes of all-electric vehicles. The smallest vans claim a “best-in-class” range of up to 205 miles (330 km). The mid-size van boasts a range of up to 224 miles (350 km) per charge, facilitated by 50 or 65 kWh batteries. The largest vans offer up to 261 miles (420 km) of range with a 110 kWh battery pack. The large van will also be available with 150 kW charging, enabling it to reach an 80 percent charge in under an hour.

In the hydrogen-powered segment, Stellantis offers two sizes of vans. The mid-size vehicles are equipped with a mid-power hydrogen fuel cell system providing a range of 249 miles (400 km). The large van can travel up to 311 miles (500 km) on a single fill-up, which takes just five minutes.

Beyond powertrains, Stellantis introduces enhancements such as updated cockpits, a new 10-inch infotainment screen, advanced Level 2 Autonomous driver assistance systems, over-the-air updates, and more.

Stellantis has diligently integrated technologies tailored for delivery companies into its vans. This includes new instrument clusters and displays, as well as surround view cameras for drivers. For the delivery companies, connected technologies maintain communication with vehicles, while planning technology helps optimize routes for efficiency.

Moreover, a 400V e-Power Take Off (ePTO) system facilitates the electrification of various commercial vehicles. Drawing power from the EV battery pack, adding extra accessories to the vehicle does not necessitate special engineering.

“The essence of our customer-centric renewal of our entire van lineup is no compromise – in range, capability, safety and connectivity,” remarked Luca Marengo, Global Head of Product for the Stellantis Commercial Vehicles Business Unit.

The updated van models include Citroen Berlingo, Jumpy, Jumper; New FIAT Professional Doblò, Scudo, Ducato; New Opel/Vauxhall Combo, Vivaro, Movano. The new Peugeot Partner, Expert, Boxer are slated to be available by the end of 2023.

Stellantis additionally announces that the all-electric Ram ProMaster EV will be introduced in North America by late 2023, followed by the Ram 1500 REV in late 2024. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are also on the horizon for the North American market.