The new generation of the Fiat Ducato has been recently spied while being tested on public roads.
The Italian based automaker Fiat is currently testing the new generation of the Ducato on public roads, making sure that everything works just like it should, before launching the model and then bringing it to the company’s showrooms. The images posted below represent the first time when the 2014 Fiat Ducato has been spied and the model is wearing a lot of camouflage on its body so trying to spot any differences between the outgoing version and the new one is almost impossible.
The new generation of the Fiat Ducato will also influence the upcoming Ram ProMaster and also the new Citroen Jumper and Peugeot Boxer. The model in question will be jointly produced, just like the outgoing version, at the SevelSud plant in Italy, along with the Boxer and the Jumper, but in the same time, Peugeot will invest approximately 750 million euros in the SevelNord facility, in France, in Vallenciennes. Additional details on the new Fiat Ducato generation, and also on its brothers, are limited for the moment and will probably be announced sometimes next year.