22 January 2024, 19:21
Renault Trucks showcases its full all-electric vehicle range in Germany for the first time, including the E-Tech Trafic and E-Tech Master.
Bruno Blin, President of Renault Trucks, highlights the company's commitment to decarbonization during his European tour.
Renault Trucks' all-electric product range spans from light commercial vehicles to heavy-duty trucks, covering 650 kg to 44 tonnes.
The company aims to sell only electric or CO2-neutral trucks by 2030, a decade ahead of the Paris Climate Agreement's 2040 requirement.
Renault Trucks emphasizes the urgency of reducing CO2 emissions and combating climate change, calling for collaboration across the value chain.
On the occasion of the decarbonisation trip by Bruno Blin, President of the French manufacturer, Renault Trucks presents its all-electric vehicles to the German press. The complete electric product range was in Germany for the first time.
Renault Trucks is setting an impressive highlight at the beginning of the year: as part of a press event on 12th January 2024 at Motorworld in Munich, Renault Trucks was presenting its entire all-electric product range for the first time in Germany - from light commercial vehicles to the heavy-duty series. The Renault Trucks E-Tech Trafic and E-Tech Master also celebrated their German premiere. All vehicles were available for test drives at the event.
Another highlight: the visit of Bruno Blin, President of Renault Trucks. Under the motto "The Good Move, committed to decarbonisation", he did his decarbonisation journey through Europe. At the press conference in Germany, he outlined the key measures being taken to reduce the company's carbon footprint quickly and effectively.
"With the start of the production of Renault Trucks E-Tech T and C, Renault Trucks is now the only European manufacturer with a range of electric vehicles from 650 kg to 44 tonnes," says Bruno Blin, President of Renault Trucks.
Renault Trucks has committed to making all trucks sold electric or CO2-neutral by 2030. The Paris Climate Agreement officially requires this by 2040 - Renault Trucks Germany is acting ten years earlier. The company will therefore reduce its emissions in the transport sector by almost three per cent.
"We have made a commitment to our customers and society to urgently reduce CO2 emissions and combat climate change, which we cannot do alone," emphasises Bruno Blin. "To achieve our long-term goal of carbon neutrality, we absolutely must bring all parts of the value chain together and we must do it now."
Source: Renault Trucks Deutschland