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Stellantis launches dedicated 'Pro One' van division

Mega manufacturer Stellantis has announced the launch of its commercial vehicle unit, Stellantis Pro One. 

The division mirrors similar enterprises from Ford and Toyota

While not all details have yet been revealed, the business line will look after vans, pickup trucks, micro-mobility and next-generation electric LCVs across all of the firm’s brands: Citroen, Fiat, Opel, Peugeot and Vauxhall, with US-focussed Ram also covered by the arrangement.

The manufacturer aims to provide customers with a fully integrated LCV ecosystem, which will link 400 existing global partnerships with a broader converter/upfitter network, and through fully connected vehicle technologies and a cohesive partnership mindset, to aid customers in achieving efficiency through minimised costs and increased profitability.

Stellantis will also unveil a revamped line-up of zero-emission vans. As well as pure electric vehicles, which in most instances will be available across all brands, there will also be a hydrogen-fuelled offering. This won't be the first hydrogen-powered vehicle from Stellantis; the Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen is available in a handful of territories, and a Vauxhall Vivaro Hydrogen model has been promised in the UK.

Head of the Stellantis commercial vehicles business unit, Jean-Philippe Imparato, said: "We are launching Pro One to leverage our undeniable commercial vehicles leadership with the concept – six brands, one force – as this business accounts for one-third of Stellantis Net revenues. As customer expectations grow more complex and diverse, we are here to address each specific need with a dedicated solution. Our mission is to stand side by side with our customers around the world and deliver the products and services that help them thrive.”

As part of the Pro One strategy, and making use of Stellantis’ Circular Economy expertise, there will also be a pilot scheme to help customers extend the lifespan of their current internal combustion van fleets. 

Stellantis will work with Qinomic to enable customers to access a retrofit program which offers affordable, trustworthy electrification conversions.

Initially announced in 2022, the collaboration between Stellanits and Qinomic is developing a proof of concept, converting existing LCVs to electric power while maintaining OEM quality and specifications for durability, safety and type approval. The scheme aims to provide a solution for customers who need access to low emissions zones in cities for business but aren’t necessarily able to renew their vehicle fleets.

Commercial vehicles are a core part of Stellantis’ business, accounting for one-third of its 1.6 million annual sales. By 2030, it expects to double revenue from this sector, with 40% of new vehicles running an electric powertrain.


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Friday, 17/05/2024