With a stand of over 700 square meters, Renault Trucks will take part in Solutrans, the international exhibition that scheduled from 16 to 20 November in Lyon. The Group is supposed to focus its participation on its made-in-France electric mobility solutions. Indeed, their footprint in the market is proven by the deliveries recently announced in France and also in Switzerland, just to make some examples. The target of Renault Trucks is to provide a full-electric range by 2023.

Renault trucks and vans on display at Solutrans

Visitors to Solutrans will have the opportunity to see a 16t D Z.E. and a 26t D Wide Z.E. on the Renault Trucks stand, as well as two all-electric Renault Trucks Master Z.E. commercial vehicles (here’s a hydrogen-fueled version of the van) will also be showcased on the stand. One will be fitted with a Solight composite body, while the other will feature interior fittings designed especially for courier services. In this area dedicated to electric and urban mobility, Renault Trucks will also share its vision of urban mobility of the future.

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