Spyshots: 2010 Renault Master

Spyshots: 2010 Renault MasterSpyshots: 2010 Renault MasterSpyshots: 2010 Renault Master
Although Renault is quite busy nowadays with the passenger car sector, the French manufacturer is also keen on improving the commercial vehicle lineup. As you can see in the adjacent photos, Renault is currently performing heavy testing on the 2010 Master, a commercial van which might be released later this year.

All we know at this point is that the Master will be offered, just like its predecessor, in multiple bodystyles and several payloads. For instance, Renault will debut a heavy-duty version with twin wheels at the rear axle and large rear overhang as well as less-heavy version. Additionally, the French manufacturer might also release a pick-up flavor, plus a short-wheelbase transporter variant and long- and short-wheelbases buses.

As for the engines, there are no details at this time but the future lineup will likely rely on the same units as the current range, probably with slight adjustments to be a bit more environmentally-friendly and more economically.

Speaking of the exterior improvements the new Master will bring, it will boast a redesigned front fascia and rear, with restyled headlights, grille, bumpers and tail lamps. As you can see for yourselves, there's a lot of camo on the car, which is the main sign the future range will bring a lot of enhancements over the current version.

The current generation of Master is developed by Renault but also sold by several other manufacturers with more or less modifications. Opel/Vauxhall Movano and Nissan Interstar are only two examples of the rebadged version, with both of them likely to adopt the future lineup as well.
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