Renault has unveiled its new Master van, and it features a fresh look, increased efficiency, space and comfort, plus cutting-edge technology.
The fourth-generation Master is available efficient diesel or with all-electric drivetrains and can also be adapted for a future hydrogen powertrain.
The new vehicle boasts advanced aerodynamics that make it the most efficient van in its class, regardless of how it is powered.
The all-electric version offers a class-leading range of 255 miles, thanks to a 105kW motor and an 87-kWh battery.
The electric van also benefits from a regenerative braking system that recovers energy and extends the range.
Diesel versions of the new Master
The diesel versions of the new Master are powered by four Blue dCi engines, ranging from 105 to 170hp.
They are paired with either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a new nine-speed automatic gearbox, depending on the version.
There’s also a high level of safety, with 20 sophisticated driver assistance tech, such as rear-view assist, adaptive cruise control, blind spot warning, lane departure warning and emergency brake assist.
The interior of the new Master is designed to provide a comfortable and convenient driving experience.
A spacious and modern atmosphere
With the S-shaped dashboard, premium materials and dark upholstery work to create a spacious and modern atmosphere.
The 10-inch display is fitted as standard across the line-up, provides access to the multimedia system, which includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, remote vehicle connection and built-in Google features.
The new Master also offers a wide range of configurations, with 20 different variants, a payload of up to four tonnes, and a load area of 11-22 cubic metres.
Renault Master has the best-in-class loading width and length
The Renault Master has the best-in-class loading width and length, making it ideal for transporting large and bulky items.
It can be ordered from early in 2024 and customer deliveries in September.
Renault has sold more than three million Master vans since 1980, and the new Master is set to extend this success in more than 50 countries, including the UK.