The New Renault Master is characterized by a brand new design which previews the new styling trend for Renault vans. “Its assertive, expressive lines preview the robustness and outstanding user-friendliness expected of a big van.”
The bold front-end features a broad grille and large, expressive headlamps.
Among the main design elements are the muscular wheel arches, blunt hood and the distinctive forms of the asymmetric rear windows, that represent one of Master’s visual hall- marks.
The model’s unmistakable rear lighting signature is founded on three triangular stop lights.
New Renault Master’s ruggedness is clearly evident in the prominent protective bumpers and broad side protection mouldings.
The styling work of the design team was steered by its bid to produce a vehicle that was above all practical.
- The three height variants were designed concurrently in order to ensure balanced, pleasing proportions across the Master range.
- The side windows were designed to provide maximum visibility
- The stronger, big door handles provide a secure grip
- steps have been carefully incorporated in the front bumpers to make it easy to reach the windscreen
- the incorporation of direction indicators in the door mirror housings is an appreciable safety “plus”.
As with the exterior the interior also is aimed at filling the gap between conventional commercial vehicles and family cars: special attention has been paid to thermal and acoustic comfort, and the list of equipment includes items usually associated with passenger cars.
The New Renault Master is powered by a 2.3 litre dCi engine developed to take on board the specific requirements of commercial vehicle users.
The range includes three power outputs (dCi 100, dCi 125 and dCi 150) and equips both the front-wheel drive (transversally mounted) and rear-wheel drive versions (longitudinal).
The images reported above were released by Renault’s Styling Center and published by Virtual Car.
(Source: Virtual Car, Renault)