The modelRead full review
Very spacious but handling and interior quality are likely to disappoint those used to a regular MPV
The trimSee full equipment
This plush trim is aimed at chauffer companies, so comes with individual rear chairs with a central armrest. It also has virtually every bell and whistle thrown at it, making it an expensive choice.
The engineSee full engine specs
The only engine option has an electric motor with up to 134bhp of power and a 50kWh battery pack. Depending on which driving mode you pick (Eco, Normal or Power), you either have a slug-slow 80bhp van or a reasonably sprightly people hauler that can crack 0-62mph in 10.8sec.
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