Our spy photographers captured several prototypes of the facelifted Fiat Ducato undergoing testing somewhere in Italy.

Our spy photographers captured several prototypes of the facelifted Fiat Ducato undergoing testing somewhere in Italy.

The third generation of the Fiat Ducato has been on sale since 2006 and in 2015 it will get a facelift which will be applied to all of its cousins: Peugeot Boxer, Citroën Jumper and Ram ProMaster. As seen in these recent spy pics, most of the changes will occur at the front fascia where the prototypes were carrying a lot of camouflage hiding the redesigned headlights, hood, grille and bumper. The back of the full-size vans will remain virtually the same, with the exception of the taillights which will be going through some changes.

Fiat and PSA Peugeot Citroën have confirmed a massive 700M EUR investment in the Sevel plant to prepare the facility "for a wider range of products in order to meet evolving customer and market demands." We should expect an unveiling to occur sometime next year with some changes in the engine lineup as well.

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