« For more than a century, Renault has been developing, manufacturing and selling Light Commercial Vehicles to meet the needs of demanding business customers around the world. These iconic LCVs often left a lasting mark on their times. Groupe Renault’s global LCV sales have increased by 40% since 2011, reaching a new historic record of 434,000 units in 2016. Today, Renault is Europe’s leading electric LCV player. In 2015, Renault launched Renault Pro+, an expert brand set up to further expand its range of dedicated products, services and solutions tailored to business users. Groupe Renault’s ambition is to increase LCV sales by more than 40% by the end of our new strategic plan “Drive the Future”. We also aim to double our market coverage and to remain the leader in electric LCVs by electrifying all our vans.
With Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, the objective is to become the leading global player in LCVs, with over 2.5 million units sold by the end of the plan. »
ASHWANI GUPTA SVP GLOBAL HEAD OF RENAULT-NISSAN LCV BUSINESS
RENAULT PRO+, RENAULT’S EXPERT BRAND FOR LCVs
RENAULT PRO+ SUPPORTS BUSINESS CUSTOMERS WORLDWIDE THROUGH A RANGE OF DEDICATED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TAILORED TO THEIR NEEDS.
• A wide range of LCVs, from small to large vans, including pick-ups.
• Market leader in the electric LCV sector in Europe with a unique range of four electric LCVs.
• A specialized network of 650 Renault Pro+ centers in 41 countries, dedicated to servicing business customers
and meeting the highest standards.
• A network of 400 approved coachbuilders in 29 countries to convert Renault vehicles in accordance with the specific requirements of each customer.
• An engineering center for light commercial vehicles in Villiers-Saint-Frédéric, France.
• Manufacturing plants on three continents: Europe (three facilities in France), Latin America (Argentina and Brazil) and Africa (Morocco).
• LCVs sold in more than 110 countries.
• A new historic sales record in 2016 with 434,000 LCVs sold (up 12.1% on 2015). At the end of June 2017,
sales totaled almost 225,000 units, representing a rise of 4.5% over the same period in 2016.
A wide range of customized conversions to cover the full spectrum of needs.
Today, Renault has a network of 400 approved coachbuilders in 29 countries to convert Renault vehicles in accordance with specific requirements of each customer.
1900 - RENAULT TYPE C "MILKMAN"
As early as 1900, Renault notes the use and market that could be made of automobiles in the utility or service fields and offers a Type C panel van.
This small 3,5 hp panel van with 250 kg playload was the first self-propelled vehicle for industrial and commercial use.
1926 - RENAULT LO TYPE FIRE FIGHTER
Renault, a pioneer in tailor-made vehicles.
2016 - RENAULT ALASKAN FIRE FIGHTER
This is a strong, power-ful one-tone pick-up with exceptional off-road ability. It is both robust and excep- tionally comfortable, with its five-link rear suspension and strong ladder-frame chassis.
Vehicles and services to meet the specific needs of small businesses or company fleets worldwide.
1947 - RENAULT "1,000 KG" VAN
In helping merchantsand tradespeople resume normal business life, the ‘’1,000 kg’’ van symbolized France’s economic recovery after the Second World War.
The ‘’1,000 kg’’ van was eventually superseded by the Estafette in 1959.
1970 - RENAULT 4 F4 SERVICE
The Renault 4 was one of the world’s greatest auto- motive successes. Created in 1961, more than 8 million units were produced in France until 1992. Craftsmen were most often won over by its van form.
The small orange and white Renault 4 F4 van by ‘’Renault Service’’ became synonymus with proximity.
1986 - RENAULT 4 F4 "DARTY"
3/ PASSENGER TRANSPORT
Transport for all types of customers, meeting
the needs of both private and business customers looking for space or a modular layout along with driving pleasure and comfort.
1927 - RENAULT PR TYPE
Louis Renault quickly became interested in buses and coaches, with one of the first Renault buses being delivered to the Compagnie Générale des Omnibus* as early as 1909!
Most of the time, these small coaches were used as shuttles between hotels and the station to transport tourists or people taking the waters at spas.
1975 - RENAULT ESTAFETTE GENDARMERIE
1980 - RENAULT ESTAFETTE MINIBUS
2000 - RENAULT TRAFIC DATASPACE CONCEPT
2017 - RENAULT SPACECLASS
Vehicles built for adventure, crossing the Sahara Desert, going on holiday or travelling around the world.
1924 - RENAULT TYPE MH "6 ROUES"
2016 - RENAULT ALASKAN CAMPING CAR
2017 - RENAULT SPACECLASS ESCAPADE
It includes a couchette configuration up to 1.90m long for two people.
From Colorale to Alaskan: pick-ups that meet the requirements of both private and business customers, built to explore even the most treacherous trails.
1950 - RENAULT COLORALE PICK-UP
2004 - RENAULT TRAFIC DECK’UP CONCEPT
2015 - RENAULT DUSTER OROCH
It is the first one on the market based on an SUV platform. Key features include a distinctive design, four doors for easy access, generous interior space with five real seats and a spacious bed.
2016 - RENAULT ALASKAN
Renault Alaskan, a sturdy pick-up. Unveiled in Colombia in 2016 and already a success in Latin American markets with their long tradition in pick-ups, Renault Alaskan arrived in Europe in September 2017.
6/ ELECTRIC LCV
Renault is a pioneer and market leader in the electric LCV sector in Europe with a unique range of four electric vehicles: Twizy Cargo, new ZOE Société, new Kangoo Z.E. and Master Z.E.
1972 - ELECTRIC RENAULT 5
2002 - RENAULT ELECTRIC KANGOO 1
the Isle of Wight. Equipped with Nickel-Cadmium bat- teries, it had a 90 km range.
2011 - RENAULT FRENDZY CONCEPT
2017 - TWIZY CARGO, NEW ZOE SOCIÉTÉ, NEW RENAULT KANGOO Z.E., MASTER Z.E.E.
7/ PARTNERSHIP RENAULT PRO+ / FORMULE 1
A customized Formula 1 offer to enjoy the thrill of motorsports.
1978-79 - RENAULT F1 RS 01 AND SAVIEM SG2
The "Super Goélette" SG2, very popular, was marke- ted from 1965 to 1982, gradually passing from SAVIEM to Renault brand.
2016 - RENAULT F1 RS 27 AND THE FORMULA EDITION RANGE
to the needs of Formula 1, the LCVs will be present on track side to deliver spare parts or carry VIPs around.
To celebrate this partnership and to share our passion for motorsports, a limited gold and black Formula Edition series is available across the van range.