In the long-haul offerings of Renault Trucks, the T520 Maxispace offers the maximum in terms of performance, space and equipment in every respect. Our special focus is on the interior.
When conversations focus on the Renault Trucks T, it is almost always only about the design. On our almost 2,000-km-long test drive with the French truck, this was again the case. At truck stops, people talk about the large French vehicle's appearance over and over, with the technical characteristics fading into the background. For example, there is hardly a truck driver who says a word about the most powerful version of the 13-liter engine, with no words ever wasted on the large long-haul cab, the High Sleeper Cab. Opinions differ too much on the T's appearance, which is a shame as the French truck has a lot more to offer than just an unconventional design.
Whoever wants to make a full assessment of the T should first enter the elevated driver's cab using the four steep steps above the wheel well. Once up there, a completely flat driver's cab floor is there to welcome the driver. Renault Trucks has written the omission of an engine tunnel into its product specification for the large driver's cabs. This means that the driver can move freely in the spaciously laid out living and work space.