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Renault targets passenger transport market with Trafic SpaceClass

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Renault is targeting the passenger transport market with the launch of Trafic SpaceClass.

The vehicle, which can carry up to nine people, is built at the Renault Sandouville plant and is scheduled to launch across Europe's main markets from October 2017.

Ashwani Gupta, SVP, LCV business unit at Renault-Nissan, said: "With Trafic SpaceClass, Renault is continuing to expand its range.

"SpaceClass is a new vehicle designed to meet the needs of both private and business customers looking for elegance and a modular layout along with an outstanding experience in terms of driving and comfort."

With more than 50 possible configurations (two to nine seats), SpaceClass offers benches or sliding seats on rails, removable or swivelling.

The Signature version (two to seven seats) features a removable sliding central table, an array of storage compartments and swivelling seats for a face-to-face layout.

Escapade (two to eight seats) includes a couchette configuration up to 1.95m long for two people.

Available in two lengths, it offers boot space of between 550 litres and 1,000 litres in L1 and between 890 litres and 1,800 litres in L2.

When all the seats are removed, SpaceClass has a maximum boot space of 6,00 litres in L2.


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