Renault has unveiled the facelifted Trafic and Master, which will be available in September.
Both new models feature Euro 6d-Temp engines and host of updates to improve driver comfort, efficiency and connectivity.
The new Master has the most noticeable change, with an all-new front end featuring a larger front grille and extended bonnet.
It also benefits from a new dashboard with an integrated navigation screen.
To improve safety, a digital rear-view mirror is available that utilises a rear-mounted camera. There is also a crosswind assist system, blind spot monitor and optional Autonomous Emergency Braking across the range.
A 2.3-litre diesel engine is used in all models with varied power outputs. The most powerful model develops 180PS and 400Nm. Renault says the new engine is “significantly” more efficient that its predecessor.
The fully electric Master ZE will be available with a 33kWh or 57kWh battery, providing up to 60-miles real-world range.
The new Renault Trafic has been updated to include a new 2.0-litre diesel engine, with power outputs of 120PS, 145PS and 170PS.
For the first time, the Trafic will be offered with an EDC automatic gearbox.
Alongside some minor styling tweaks, the Trafic also features new full-LED headlamps, a new key and the option of keyless entry
Prices and specifications are expected to be announced shortly.