Renault Trucks T
|Renault Trucks T|
|Also called||Renault Trucks C Road|
|Body and chassis|
|Transmission||12 speed automated (Optidriver)|
|Predecessor||Renault Premium Route/Renault Magnum|
The Renault Trucks T is a range of heavy-duty trucks manufactured by Renault Trucks. The truck was presented on 11 June 2013 with a show called R/Evolution  and was introduced at the end of 2013, being the first from a new line of vehicles for the company.
The last of the major European manufacturers to introduce a Euro VI compliant vehicle, chief designer Hervé Bertrand was allowed to design a Renault vehicle. Although using some common parts from the new Volvo FH series, the design was seen as a step-forward inspiration from the Renault Magnum, with a front grille area was inspired by a conveyor belt and a completely unique design cab area, designed for long distance international trunk routes.
- "Renault Trucks, le poids lourd burgien" [Renault Trucks, heavy weights from Bourg-en-Bresse] (PDF). Dossier Nº 227 (in French). Bourg-en-Bresse. 13 October 2013. p. 3. Retrieved 17 November 2013.
- "The Renault Trucks T, to replace the Magnum and Premium for long distance". Planet-trucks.com. 21 June 2013. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
- "Press release. New Renault Trucks range: centres of profit serving customers' business". Automotiveworld.com. 12 June 2013. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
|Short distance range (medium duty)||Puncher||Access||D Access/D Cab 2 m|
|Distribution range (medium/heavy duty)||Midlum/Premium Distribution||D/D Wide|
|Long distance range (heavy duty)||Premium Route/Magnum||T|
|Construction range||Premium Lander/Kerax||C/K|