It will be the first vehicle of its type to offer hands-free sliding side doors and a head-up display, and will be available in van, combi and crew van versions, as well as in three lengths (XS: 4.60m, M: 4.95m and XL: 5.30m).
Other new features include Driver Attention Alert, Active Safety Brake, Citroën Connect Nav and Mirror Link systems.
It will offer up to 1,400kg payload capacity, 6.6m3 load volume and can tow up to 2,500kg.
Citroen promises best-in-class fuel consumption and CO2 emissions (BlueHDi 115 S&S six-speed manual: 55.4 mpg and 133g/km ofCO2). A choice of 1.6- and 2-litre diesel engines delivers from 95bhp with a manual gearbox, up to 180bhp with an EAT6 automatic gearbox.
The CV Show will also be the platform for Citroen to unveil its 2016 Berlingo.