IAA 2016: ROBUSTNESS AND ADVENTURE ON THE RENAULT TRUCKS STAND
Renault Trucks will present its range of vehicles at the IAA trade fair in Hanover from 22 to 29 September 2016
Renault Trucks will present its entire range of vehicles at the IAA 2016 trade fair in Hanover from 22 to 29 September. From the Renault Trucks T Maxispace High Edition through to the already iconic K range, this year it the brand's robustness that is being fêted. Visitors will also find the MKR truck just back from the Dakar and the Silk Way Rally on the Renault Trucks stand, together with a number of animations.
Renault Trucks will exhibit nine vehicles at the 66th IAA trade fair at Hanover from the 22 to the 29 September 2016, hall 17, stand A21. Long distance, construction, distribution, rally truck and animations will all attest to the historical robustness of the diamond brand.
Where long distance trucks are concerned, visitors will exclusively be able to see for themselves the Renault Trucks T Maxispace High Edition, a special edition of the T520. Likewise visitors will be able to climb on board a cut-open cab of the T High so that they can appreciate the ergonomics, the visibility and in particular test the comfort of this vehicle, voted international truck of the year 2015 during last year's Hanover fair.
As for the construction range, the highlights will be a very special version of the K, specific to the German market, the Renault Trucks K480 Skorpion, plus the MKR Adventure K truck just back from its recent performances at the Dakar and the Silk Way Rally, which will be presented to the public for the first time. This truck will be the subject of particular attention because it will be possible to experience the sensation of driving on board it in rally raid, thanks to two driving simulators.
Visitors at the Renault Trucks stand will likewise be able to attend a truck customisation workshop « Pimp my truck! ». Sven Punke, Marcel Barth and their team from the Truck Tuning Center, who were amongst the winners with their truck 'Avatar' at the last Truck-Grand-Prix at the Nürburgring, will be working hard in the 300 m2 space that Renault Trucks has reserved for them. Airbrushing, removal and fitting of parts, or even the original upholstery of the cab interior, a Renault Trucks T High will be undergoing customisation throughout the trade fair. Spectators will appreciate not only the tuning activity and accessories used, but also the ruggedness of the vehicle.
To allow visitors to follow current events on the stand and in particular the customisation progress, Renault Trucks will be offering reporting and will also retransmit the show'Pimp my truck !' on social networks.