The longing for freedom and the urge to get away from it all: that, in a nutshell, explains why camper vans have remained popular over the years – and why their appeal has been growing since the pandemic. Converted van sales are rocketing, especially in the medium carrier segment (up to 2 metres high). The travel experience is flexible, the vehicles are polyvalent and you can embark on your journey without worrying about access or parking restrictions.
Renault launched a converted van built on the previous-generation Trafic base in Switzerland in 2020. Following categorically positive feedback, Renault will start marketing All-new Trafic SpaceNomad, built on its iconic new-generation Trafic, in Europe.
All-new Trafic SpaceNomad is versatile enough for all mobility requirements in cities and on breaks. It will be launched in Carmine Red and initially be available in three European countries: France, Belgium and Switzerland. It will be available for order starting in early July.
All-new Trafic SpaceNomad is entirely made in France. All-new Renault Trafic is built at Renault’s plant in Sandouville and is converted near Angers by Groupe Pilote, a French recreational vehicle manufacturer and specialist in Renault Trafic conversion with 40 years’ experience.
“Renault Trafic, an iconic vehicle renowned worldwide for its modularity, now offers a dual SpaceNomad and Grand SpaceNomad range in its catalogue to provide the best response to customers seeking escape and freedom.
In partnership with the French motorhome manufacturer Groupe Pilote, this new leisure vehicle offer meets all mobility needs in an exploding nomadic market.”