Concept Cars Alaskan Concept

Renault moves into the pick-up market

As Europe’s number one Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) brand for the past 17 years, and in addition to its strong positions in the South-American and African markets, Renault group is now shifting up a gear with a view to taking Renault LCV forward from being a top regional player to a top global player.

“The styling of the Alaskan Concept sticks to the rules of the pick-up segment, including impressive dimensions and a visual sense of power and robustness. At the same time, we have dialed in specific Renault cues in the form of an attractive, status-enhancing front-end design.”

Laurens van den Acker - SVP, Corporate Design

Perfectly suited to the needs of business users

Enjoy a strong chassis for excellent road holding, high ground clearance and distinctive driving comfort. Alaskan Concept has a payload of more than one tonne with five passengers onboard and a long, wide load bed incorporating three longitudinal recesses suitable for fixing equipment. It's best-in-class fuel efficiency combines with impressive power output and acceleration performance.

The perfect companion for leisure use

Ideal for road trips, adventure or sports use, with a big load bed that can comfortably accommodate mountain bikes, camping gear or surfboards, etc. Availability of a range of outdoor accessories (load bed liners, covers, etc.). It offers premium travelling comfort, together with highest quality standards in terms of equipment and connectivity. Last but not least, a camera is located inside the door mirror housings to permit the filming of passing landscapes.

For everyday motoring:

Alaskan Concept is a status-enhancing vehicle complete with large 21-inch wheels, user-friendly driving comfort and modern urban styling that sets it apart in the pick-up world. Its sporty, appealing look features large “LED PURE VISION“ rear lights with brushed and polished aluminum surrounds framed by C-shape direction indicators.

Hasselblad© and ALASKAN Concept

Renault and Hasselblad worked together to underline the Alaskan Concept’s ability to adapt to three different types of use: business and leisure use, and everyday motoring. Hasselblad is a Swedish manufacturer of cameras and photographic equipment. It is famous for having provided photographic equipment for the Apollo programme which took men to the moon for the first time.