Replacing the Expert Tepee in the Peugeot lineup, the Traveller was unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show alongside the Citroen Spacetourer/Jumpy, Toyota ProAce Verso and the Opel Zafira Life. All three models are largely identical, having been developed together by the PSA Group and Toyota.
Based on a new adaptation of PSA's EMP2 modular platform, the Peugeot Traveller MPV can offer more compact exterior dimensions will increasing its interior volume compared to the Expert Tepee. The car is also available in 3 different lengths, which range from 4.6 m to 5.30 m, thus allowing up to 9 passengers to travel in comfort. The available luggage space ranges from 1,500 liters to 4,900 liters thanks to the standard removable seats. A version called Traveller Business VIP comes for the more discerning customers. Up to 4 rear-seat passengers are offered a face-to-face seating configuration with individual leather armchairs. Alongside the available mood interior lighting and multi-function roof with tri-zone climate control and soft diffusion, the Business VIP is more than worthy of its name in the Traveller lineup.