Our spy photographers have managed to capture on camera a new generation of the Renault Traffic light commercial vehicle, which should debut sometimes next year.
The new generation of the Renault Traffic is currently being tested out by the French based automaker as the light commercial vehicle (LCV) has been spotted by our spy photographers while it was driven in the cold, in Northern Europe. A van with some camouflage on its body will always attract attention but, even with this camouflage, we can still see a more massive front end, some generously sized headlights and a larger grille, amongst others.
The 2016 Renault Traffic is also getting a different angle for the bonnet and front window, some ultra long traditional vertical lights, and some other tweaks. Mechanically speaking, the new Renault Traffic generation is believed to borrow some parts from the newly unveiled Mercedes-Benz Viano, which has a 136 HP 2.1L engine, a 163 HP diesel unit and a 190 HP BlueTec. More details on the new generation of the Renault Traffic are currently limited for the moment and will probably be announced sometimes in 2015, close to its official unveil. Meanwhile you can check out the spy photos posted below.