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Dataspace offers everything for the business traveller

TIME-pressed business travellers are the target customers for a concept van from Renault that mixes the practicality of a top-of-the-range minibus and a mobile office.

The Trafic Dataspace offers a VIP lounge for four passengers seated in a semi-circular leather settee with wide arm-rests and adjustable headrests.

A glass dome in the roof provides a panoramic sky view, but a second layer of 'SGG Priva-lite glass (also fitted to the side windows) enables the glass to switch from clear to opaque.

For hi-tech communications it has a Carminat navigation system that allows a driver to select the quickest route to his or her destination avoiding traffic jams, accidents and roadworks. It also uses wireless technology that allows laptop computers to tap into the on-board systems.

And for leisure, the Dataspace offers a coffee machine, DVD player and digital television.

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