Renault steps up its electric offensive
On the occasion of Renault eWays, an unprecedented event dedicated to electric mobility today and tomorrow, Groupe Renault is committed to carbon neutrality by 2050 in Europe and unveils two new electric vehicles:
Ten years ago, Renault launched its first electric vehicles on the roads. Today, 350,000 Renault electric vehicles circulate around the world with 8 different models! In addition to the electric offer, the Group offers a full range of hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions on Clio, Captur, New Mégane and New Mégane Estate with its E-TECH Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid technology, which now equips New Renault Arkana .
Today, the company is going further and making a commitment to achieve a zero CO2 impact by 2050 in Europe . By 2030, it aims to reduce its CO2 emissions by 50% compared to 2010.
By 2022, all new models on the market will have an electric or electrified version, in a market which, in 5 years, will see 50% of vehicles sold run on electric or hybrid.
On the occasion of Renault eWays, from October 15 to 27, the Group is sharing its vision of the transition to zero-emission mobility through its new products and technologies, reference key notes offered on the digital platform:
A new important step for Groupe Renault, which is positioning itself as a major player in sustainable mobility and its ecosystem, for today and for the years to come.
Renault Mégane eVision, a unique electric compact sedan.
Renault presents the Mégane eVision show car and reinvents the compact sedan model by associating the codes of the coupe and the SUV. 100% electric, this innovative style show car benefits from the brand new CMF-EV platform dedicated to electric. An asset that allows it to free itself from the dimensions and traditional codes of the segment to offer new lines and new proportions. The result is a sedan with contained exterior dimensions and record roominess. A battery capacity of 60 kW, a power of 160 kW / 217 PS and its DC charger guarantee an optimized autonomy and charging speed.
Renault took the electric turn almost 10 years ago. This expertise is now making it possible to launch a whole new generation of electric models of which Mégane eVision is the symbol.
25 years after its launch, a new page is now opening for Mégane.