Peugeot has revealed its updated Partner small delivery van ahead of its Geneva debut next month, with front-end bodywork, engines and cabin equipment being the key changes for 2015.
The headlights and sheetmetal are shared with the recently-facelifted Citroen Berlingo, while the front bumper and grille are redesigned to conform to Peugeot's current design language.
Cabin design remains largely the same, howeve a new 7-inch touchscreen display provides a better infotainment interface for driver and front passenger.
Built-in sat nav is also offered as an option, and a "Mirror Screen" system allows compatible smartphones to be plugged in and have their apps displayed on the Partner's touchscreen.
The touchscreen can also display the feed from the Partner's optional reversing camera, while front parking sensors and an autonomous emergency braking system are also available as cost options.
A trio of 1.6 litre diesel engines will be available and are new to the range. Available power outputs are 55kW for the base model, 73kW for the mid-grade engine and 88kW for the range-topper.
A 1.6 turbo petrol will also be sold in 72kW and 88kW trim, while Peugeot will add a new 1.2 PureTech petrol engine with 81kW from early 2016.
The facelifted Peugeot Partner will go on sale in Europe following its appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in March, however an Australian arrival date has yet to be firmed up.
Peugeot Australia has confirmed the updated Partner is under review for a local debut, but local specification and timing is still to be confirmed.
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