Vauxhall‘s new Vivaro Life MPV has broken cover ahead of its debut at the Brussels Motor Show later this month.
The new people carrier is the latest in a fleet of van-based MPVs to hit the market, following in the tyre tracks of the Peugeot Rifter, Ford Tourneo Courier and Vauxhall Combo Life.
Like the panel van on which it is based, the Vivaro Life will be built at Vauxhall’s factory in Luton. There, the Vivaro shell will gain windows, carpets and rear seats.
As with the Vivaro, Vivaro Life customers will get a choice of lengths and configurations. The standard ‘Medium’ version will measure 4.95m, while the ‘Long’ model will come in at 5.3m.
Inside, customers will get a choice of between four and nine seats. Some versions will come with leather upholstery, while others will get cloth as standard.
As well as copious seating options, a range of safety systems will be included in the as-yet-unknown price. Lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control will all feature.
In the cabin, the driver will get a seven-inch touchscreen to play with, as well as an optional head-up display.
Engines have not been confirmed, but the Vivaro Life is expected to boast a similar engine range to its load-carrying siblings. Vauxhall is also promising an electric version in 2021.
The Vivaro Life will go on sale in February, with customer vehicles arriving later in the year.