Taking advantage of the reputation of its predecessor and its 1,8 million copies sold, the Combi Bay Window arrived in the market during the summer 1967. More modern and attractive, it was also much more secure especially thanks to its no divided window and its very curved window (hence the name 'Bay Window'), which clearly improved the visibility of the driver. This second generation of Combi was equipped with a new engine of 1600cc and with a cardan gearbox which allow it to achieve 110km/h. During the year 1968, the 2 millionth Combi was produced. Technical evolution in 1971: the arrival of disc brakes at the front from 1971. Esthetical and security evolution in 1972 and 1973: the Combi was equipped with bigger lights and bumpers. It was only 11 years later, in 1979, when the third version of the utility vehicle was presented: the Transporter.