The new Renault Master: Eco-Friendly and High-Tech Van

What You Need to Know About the New Renault Master and Its Powertrain Options.

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Renault has unveiled the fourth generation of its Master van, which offers a new design, a revamped interior, and a choice of diesel, electric, and hydrogen powertrains. The new Master is designed to meet the needs of professionals in various sectors, with a range of body styles, sizes, and configurations.

Aerodynamic Design and Strong Personality

The new Renault Master stands out with its eye-catching looks and strong personality, which reflect its robustness and reliability. The front end features a new grille with chrome accents, a higher bonnet, and C-shaped LED headlights, giving the van a more truck-like appearance.

The new Master is available in four body lengths and three body heights, with a choice of front- or rear-wheel drive. Depending on the version, the van offers a cargo volume of 11 to 22 cubic meters and a payload of up to 2 tonnes.

Multi-Energy Platform and Advanced Technology

The new Master offers a multi-energy platform, covering all needs with different powertrain options. Diesel engines have three power outputs: 105 hp, 143 hp, and 178 hp, with a manual or automatic gearbox. The diesel engines comply with the latest Euro 6D emissions standards.

The electric version of the Master called the Master E-Tech, comes with two battery options: 40 kWh or 87 kWh, providing a range of 180 km or 410 km, respectively. The electric motor delivers 130 hp or 143 hp, depending on the battery size. The electric version also features a regenerative braking system, which recovers energy during deceleration and braking, and a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-load (V2L) system.

Renault Master E-Tech

The new Renault Master E-Tech is also ready to accommodate a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain, which will be available in the future. The hydrogen version will offer a range of 500 km and will emit only water vapor.

The new Master also has 20 driver assistance systems, including active emergency braking, blind spot warning, rearview camera, parking sensors, hill start assist, and trailer sway control.

Benefits and Advantages of the New Renault Master

The new Renault Master E-Tech offers several benefits and advantages for professionals, such as:

  • A versatile and flexible van that can adapt to various needs and sectors, with a wide range of body styles, sizes, and conversions.
  • A multi-energy van that can suit different preferences and requirements, with diesel, electric, and hydrogen powertrain options.
  • A fuel-efficient and eco-friendly van that can reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, with aerodynamic design, stop-start system, eco mode, regenerative braking, and V2G and V2L system.
  • A comfortable and high-tech van that can enhance the driving experience and productivity with a new infotainment system, digital cockpit, wireless smartphone charger, keyless entry and start system, and 20 driver assistance systems.
  • A reliable and robust van that can handle various road and load conditions, with a strong personality, a dynamic braking system, and a 5-year / 200,000 km warranty.

Comparison to Similar Cars and Competitors

The new Renault Master competes with other large vans, such as the Ford Transit, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, the Volkswagen Crafter, and the LDV Deliver 9. How does the new Master compare to these rivals?

  • The new Renault Master E-Tech offers a larger cargo volume than the Ford Transit, which ranges from 9.5 to 15.1 cubic meters, and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, which ranges from 7.8 to 17 cubic meters. 
  • The new Master offers a similar cargo volume to the Volkswagen Crafter, which ranges from 9.9 to 18.4 cubic meters, and the LDV Deliver 9, which ranges from 9.6 to 12.4 cubic meters.
  • The new Master offers a longer electric range than the Ford Transit, which offers a range of 217 km, and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, which offers a range of 168 km. The new Master also offers a longer electric range than the Volkswagen Crafter, which offers a range of 173 km, and the LDV Deliver 9, which offers a range of 200 km.
  • The new Master offers a unique hydrogen option, which none of its rivals currently offer. The new Master also offers a more advanced infotainment system, with a 10-inch touchscreen and Google integration, which none of its rivals currently offer.

Conclusion

The new Renault Master is a next-generation multi-energy electric van that offers a new design, a revamped interior, and a choice of diesel, electric, and hydrogen powertrains. The new Master is designed to meet the needs of professionals in various sectors, with a range of body styles, sizes, and configurations. The new Master offers several benefits: versatility, flexibility, fuel efficiency, eco-friendliness, comfort, high-tech, reliability, and robustness.

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