In a UK first, the full Renault Trucks range, including the latest E-Tech vehicles, will be available to view at an exhibition, the inaugural Road Transport Expo (30 June-2 July, NAEC Stoneleigh).
Designed to showcase the breadth of the Renault Trucks vehicle offering as well as its commitment to decarbonise transport through vehicles, technology and innovations that meet the industry’s pressing sustainability ambitions. Visitors will be able to view the full range, from its Used standard range, the recently launched Trafic and TCK Evolution ranges, to the full E-tech line-up including the Master, D and D-Wide and an industry-first last mile e-mobility concept, the Renault Trucks E-Tech Master Optimodale.
Switch to electric
Leading the charge, Renault Trucks is fielding a range of fully-electric vehicles from its E-Tech range, allowing visitors to see for themselves the breadth of applications that are already making the switch to electric:
View the new high specification light commercial vehicle range
An immediate opportunity to reduce fleet CO2 emissions
Last but not least, and one of the biggest draws to the Renault Trucks stand, is the latest Renault Trucks TCK Evolution line-up including a T High 520 Evolution 6×2. Equipped with Renault Trucks’ efficient Euro VI Step E 13 litre engines, running on Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), a renewable drop in alternative to conventional diesel that offers up to a 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, and an immediate opportunity to reduce fleet CO2 emissions without the need to replace diesel vehicles of Euro VI Step C and later.
Alex Williams, Head of Brand and Communications at Renault Trucks UK and Ireland, says: “We are excited and delighted to take part in the inaugural, Road Transport Expo and to showcase Renault Trucks’ full capability for the first time at a UK exhibition. We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand where experts from our highly experienced team will be on hand to offer detailed information and advice on both the vehicles and enhanced transport solutions including the transition to net-zero and a decarbonised transport sector.”