An undisguised prototype of the Citroen Jumper facelift was spotted ahead of an imminent official reveal.
An undisguised prototype of the Citroën Jumper facelift was spotted ahead of an imminent official reveal.
The vehicle was photographed probably in one of Citroën's garages since it was parked near other facelifted Jumpers which we assume were on their way to showrooms. We only get a view of the front fascia which has been completely redesigned and now packs slender headlights that appear to have a black border. The shiny Citroën logo is being flanked by two equally flashy and thick grille lines while the design of the front bumper is a bit too busy.
Expect similar design updates for sister vehicles Peugeot Boxer, Fiat Ducato and Ram ProMaster to come out later this year. It should be noted Fiat and PSA Peugeot Citroën previously announced plans to invest 700M EUR in the Sevel (Société Européenne de Véhicules Légers) factories to boost production capacity and add more models.