Vauxhall has unveiled the all-new Combo Life, its latest entrant into the leisure activity vehicle (LAV) segment.
It will be available towards the end of the year and is built on the same platform as the upcoming Citroen Berlingo Multispace and Peugeot Partner.
The new Combo Life is designed for families with a spacious and highly practical layout. It has two rear sliding doors and can be ordered as a five or seven seater.
Refinement and technology are expected to be much higher than the industry norm for this sector and the Combo Life boasts an array of driver assistance systems.
A rear-view camera, head-up display, adaptive cruise control and forward collision alert with automatic emergency braking are available.
There are also comfort features such as heated seats and a heated steering wheel.
A new Flank Guard system supports the driver while turning at low speeds, providing a warning when there is a risk that the flank of the vehicle will collide into an obstacle, such as pillars, barriers, walls or other vehicles.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible infotainment systems with colour touchscreens, are available to keep drivers connected.
The five-seat, standard length version has a minimum luggage volume of 597 litres, while the long wheelbase model has a minimum luggage volume of 850 litres. However, with its van-derived routes the Combo Life can expand its luggage area to a maximum 2,693 litres.
A variety of turbo-charged, direct injection petrol and diesel engines will be available with further details and prices announced closer to the launch date.