Renault unveils new Master silhouette

Here comes the latest Renault Master van! Or, rather, its silhouette, which is all Renault is giving us for the time being. But don’t worry; the whole design will be revealed in the coming days.

According to Renault, the new Master has an “Aerovan” design for “ever greater efficiency,” and the EV should have up to 21% reduced usage.

Renault unveils new Master silhouette

Renault has produced almost three million Master vans since 1980, and the new model will “shift up a gear.” The next-generation vans would be more efficient, “100% connected and innovative,” and “designed for maximum use.” It will move “further and further” while “adapting to today’s needs,” whatever that entails.

Renault says that the “Aerovan” new Master will be made at the Batilly plant in France, where the facilities have been modified to make it “in a new and innovative way.” Stay tuned; whenever the brand thinks it’s ready, we’ll show you the complete thing.

About Renault

Renault is a French multinational automotive manufacturer established in 1899. The company produces a wide range of vehicles, including cars, vans, trucks, and buses. Renault is known for its global presence and is one of the largest automakers in the world.

The Renault Group operates under various brand names, including Renault, Dacia, Alpine, and more. The company has a history of producing popular and iconic cars, such as the Renault 4, Renault 5, and Renault Clio.

In terms of electric vehicles (EVs), Renault has been a pioneer in the electric car market. The Renault ZOE is one of the bestselling electric cars in Europe. The company has also been involved in Formula E, the electric racing series, showcasing its commitment to sustainable mobility.

Renault has undergone strategic partnerships and alliances to strengthen its position in the automotive industry. The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is one such collaboration that involves Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi Motors working together on various aspects of automotive technology and development.

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