Renault has unveiled its all-new Master van, which has a new profile and a choice of drivetrains, including the adaptability for accommodating any future hydrogen fuel cell.
The 100% electric version of the Master van has a range of 255 miles, which Renault says makes it a leader in its class.
Some three million Masters have been sold since the van was launched back in 1980, although so far, it has made a relatively small impact on the motorhome market.
The new vehicle now comes with an S-shaped dashboard, incorporating as standard a 10-inch infotainment screen. It will be available to order from the first quarter of 2024.
Renault recently received a silver medal at the Owner Satisfaction Awards, thanks to a score of 79.9% in the Best Pre-owned Base Vehicle. Another ‘van, the Adria Active Camper, comes on a Renault Trafic base vehicle, and proved popular with our judging panel at the Practical Motorhome Awards too, where it was our pick of the small campervans on the market for the 2024 season.
Other recent ‘van news has seen Volkswagen update its second generation Crafter and Citroen is set to launch its own campervan, while Vantage Motorhomes has collaborated with Motion R Design to create the Motion R campervan.
If you enjoyed reading this article, why not get the latest news, reviews and features delivered to your door or inbox every month? Take advantage of our brilliant Practical Motorhome SUBSCRIBERS’ OFFER and SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER for regular weekly updates on all things motorhome related.