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Toyota Introduces New Proace and Proace City for 2024

Toyota has begun the launch of its new light commercial vehicle range with the latest versions of the Proace and Proace City being revealed.

This initial launch includes the diesel versions of the medium van, Proace, and the small van, Proace City, with the first large van from Toyota, the Proace Max, to follow later this year.

The entire range will eventually feature battery electric versions as well, which we expect to see before the end of 2024.

 Toyota Proace

The first van to be showcased by Toyota is the medium-sized Proace. A redesigned front gives the van a modern appearance, and the compact design makes the Proace able to enter standard car parks.

The Proace will be available in two sizes, medium and long, or as a crew cab with an extra row of seats. There will also be a Platform Cab version, allowing custom body types to be built onto the rear.

These provide a maximum payload of 1,400kg and a maximum towing capacity of 2,500kg.

There will be four trim levels to the new Proace. The entry level is the Active, and even this version is fitted with a 10” touchscreen, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers, and more.

The next trim level is the Icon, which comes with a Smart Cargo load extension system through the bulkhead.  The Icon Premium has everything the previous trims have, with the addition of more advanced air con and 17” alloy wheels.

The top spec is the Sport, which comes with 17-inch black alloys, black door handles and body-coloured bumpers, plus keyless entry, and LED front fog lights.

Toyota Proace City

The Proace City is Toyota’s small van offering. The 2024 model has been given a new front design in line with the medium Proace.

As with the Proace, the Proace City has two body lengths, medium and long, and all Proace City versions are fitted with the Smart Cargo system that allows loading through a hatch in the bulkhead. This system extends the load space for cargo such as ladders, pipes, and long timbers.

The Proace City comes in three trim levels; Active, Icon, and Sport.

The Active is the entry level, though still has a host of good features. Electric parking brake and rear parking sensors come as standard, as does a 10” multimedia touchscreen.

The Icon adds auto-wipers, front parking sensors, and a rear camera, while the Sport upgrades the cosmetics to body-coloured handles and bumpers, and 16” alloy wheels.


The Proace and Proace City are expected to be available to customers from May onwards.