New Renault Master E-Tech makes first UK appearance at CV Show

Renault has pulled the wraps off the all-new Master E-tech at the CV Show 2024 in Birmingham.

The company exhibited the Renault Master E-Tech ahead of the new large van’s full launch later in 2024, which will also feature a diesel engine line-up consisting of 135, 145, 150 and 180PS 2.3-litre twin-turbo Euro 6 engines.

The E-Tech model, meanwhile, is the 100% electric variant of Renault’s fourth-generation Master, and comes with a range of up to 285 miles (WLTP) and a claimed best-in-class payload of 1625kg, matching the diesel models. Maximum load volume is 17 cubic metres depending on body style, while a 22 cubic metre box van body will also be available.

All variants will be offered in three body lengths with two roof heights, while double cab and chassis cab models are also planned.

The Renault Master will also be offered with a hydrogen fuel cell system from late 2025, with further details expected to be revealed later in the year.

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Does the £40k VED premium apply to vans as well as cars?

I am purchasing a new Volkswagen Transporter van and having it converted into a campervan. The purchase price of the basic van is just over £40k. Does the premium supplement apply to vans or does it only apply to cars?
The premium tax rate for cars over £40,000 doesn't apply to light goods vehicles such as vans. So if you're buying a new Euro 5 compliant van, the annual tax rate is currently £140. There is a different system for campervans but as you're buying a van to convert, rather than buying a campervan or motorhome, these rates won't apply.
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