LDV/ Leyland DAF 400
The Leyland DAF 400 was a modern day version of the original Freight Rover Sherpa and the Leyland DAF 300 Series (Land Rover Engine). It was originally released in 1984, but was only a face-lifted version of the wide bodied Sherpa van.
It used various petrol and diesel engines over its lifespan, finally finishing with a Peugeot 2.5L Turbo and Non-turbo diesel engines.
In 1993, Leyland DAF went through a management buy-out, which then became LDV. Three years later the 400 series was replaced by the LDV Convoy.