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CV Show 2017

Sales of SsangYong’s pick-up truck have doubled since revamping the model and introducing a new name.

Iveco Daily chassis cab

Iveco Daily sales of 7- and 7.2-tonne vans have matched those of the 7.5-tonne Eurocargo trucks in 2016, according to the company.

The new Volkswagen Crafter will cost £23,920 when it arrives in UK dealerships this summer.

Renault is expanding its range of electric light commercial vehicles with the addition of a new zero emission electric Renault Master van.

Nissan has launched a special version of its Navara pick-up, adding LED spot lamps and smart 18-inch alloy wheels.

Mercedes-Benz Vans UK had a record 36,952 new van registrations in 2016, the seventh consecutive year of growth for the brand.

Vans and pick-up truck sales have reached their highest ever level according to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Mercedes Benz X Class

Mercedes-Benz has revealed its brand new mid-sized pick-up, and will join the highly competitive sector with a range-topping V6 engine.

Volkswagen has opened the doors to its brand new Crafter van production facility.

Costing an eye-watering €800m the plant at Wrzesnia near Posnan in Poland will produce up to 100,000 units per year, on its 2.2km2 site. Covering 300 football fields, the facility took just 23 months to construct.

Mercedes-Benz is to unveil its brand new pick-up truck at an event later on today in Stockholm.

Volkswagen Crafter 2017

The all-new Volkswagen Crafter has been crowned the International Van of the Year 2017, by a jury of 24 journalists from leading commercial vehicle magazines across Europe.

Having already revealed the all-new second generation of Volkswagen Crafter ahead of the show, VW unveiled an all electric concept of their new van. 

Russia manufacturer Gaz have ambitions to bring their range of commercial vehicles to Eastern Europe but will for the time being settle for trying to achieve European emissions standards.

Renault showed their Alaskan pick-up truck for the first time since the global launch of the truck in Columbia in July.

Transit Custom and the larger Transit models will now be available with an automatic 6-speed transmission.

Hyundai says it isn’t aiming to be the top selling commercial vehicle brand, instead wants to be “the most loved brand with the most reliable products”.

Fiat is to bring the Ram pick-up brand to Europe, making the iconic American truck part of its official range alongside the recently introduced Fiat Fullback.

Nissan revealed a concept based on the Navara pick-up truck at the IAA, choosing to combine the all-terrain abilities of their latest 4x4 off-roader with the electric know-how of their eNV200 electric van.

Volkswagen officially revealed the new Crafter last week. See the new van in the metal with our gallery from the launch.