2021 is set to see developments in the Renault Trucks long-haul (T) and construction (C and K) ranges, in terms of comfort, safety and productivity.
For the first time in the HGV sector, the French manufacturer will use digital technology to reveal its new trucks and offer a virtual driving experience.
Using the Euro Truck Simulator 2 driving-simulation video, the exterior design, driving position and cab layout will all be uploaded and everything can be tested virtually by prospective buyers.
‘Most extensive evolution’
The 2021 upgrade of its long-distance (T) and construction (C and K) ranges is the most extensive development since the total overhaul of the manufacturer’s ranges in 2013.
For the well-being of drivers, Renault Trucks has made major improvements in terms of both driving comfort and on-board comfort.
The high level of safety for drivers and road users has also been central to the development of the Renault Trucks T, C and K ranges.
For customers, vehicle productivity has also been improved, with ever lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions and increased vehicle availability, due notably to the related ‘Predict’ – predictive maintenance contracts.
Get behind the virtual wheel
From 6 April 2021, people can take a seat in the cab of the Renault Trucks T and T High 2021, test the new ergonomics of the driver’s cab and experience the interior of the truck, in urban areas, on regional roads or on motorways.
To do this, you log onto the Euro Truck Simulator 2 PC game,, or share the driving experiences of other players using the hashtag #renaulttrucksevolution on social networks.