Renault celebrates Master’s 40th birthday with Ruby Edition

To celebrate 40 years of the Master van, Renault Trucks has launched a special edition of its latest generation Master Red Edition range.

Named the Renault Trucks Master Ruby Edition, it is based on the Red Edition, but includes additional options including MediaNav, Max Wheel trims, fog lights as well as rear parking sensors and reversing camera for the van and crew van variants. All vehicles feature a 40th Anniversary exterior graphics pack. 

Inside the cab, Ruby Edition Master vans come with two-tone leather interior featuring bespoke embroidery commemorating the anniversary.

The Ruby Special Edition is available in van, crew van, chassis cab and platform cab and comes complete with a choice of three colour schemes: Ruby Red metallic, Gun Metal Grey metallic and White. All versions are available with the twin turbo Euro 6 standard Step D engine in 150ps and 180ps, or the Master Z.E. 100% electric version.

In addition, Renault Trucks is also offering a special 40-month low rate finance solution courtesy of Renault Trucks Financial Services.

Grahame Neagus, head of LCV at Renault Trucks, said: “Our new Ruby EDITION is the perfect way to celebrate 40 years of the Master product.  We have found that customers take as much pride in their Master as they do with our HGV range so it is only fitting that that a special edition with an enhanced specification was created to mark such a momentous milestone.

“Since its inception in 1980, the Renault Trucks Master has become a firm favourite with operators. Our new 40th Anniversary specification together with our special low rate finance deal creates a compelling offer for businesses.”

The Master Ruby Edition will be available to order from September 29.

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Dan Parton
Dan Parton
Dan Parton is a former editor of Truck & Driver, the UK’s biggest selling truck magazine. He is now the editor of our three commercial vehicle titles: The Van Expert, The Truck Expert and Commercial Vehicle Engineer.

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