Renault and Opel have started the teasing game for their next-gen light commercial vehicles (LCV) set to come out later this year.

Renault and Opel have started the teasing game for their next-gen light commercial vehicles (LCV) set to come out later this year.

The duo is programmed to go on sale at the beginning of the summer and will come with fresh and attractive designs judging by these two sketches. Renault and Opel collaborated for developing a new generation of LCVs which they say will adopt "ultra-modern technologies."

Interestingly, Renault says the new engines set to be offered in the Trafic will benefit from the expertise the firm has gained in its involvement in Formula 1. On the other hand, Opel mentions its new Vivaro will have a "more modern and precise look" with many styling cues taken from the company's passenger cars.

Both models will be manufactured at Renault's factory in Sandouville, France while the Vauxhall Vivaro is going to be assembled in Luton, UK.

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