Renault publishes new images of its future 100% electric Mégane and unveils its first technical characteristics.
Surprise at Renault! A month almost day for after a first series of pictures, the French manufacturer has just published new images of its future Mégane.
The new 100% electric Mégane E-Tech unveiled today in camouflage, which echoes the brand’s new logo, and in a pre-series version. The opportunity to see that the sedan will be aesthetically close to the eVision show-car which premiered in October 2020.
We find the same robust and compact silhouette but also the same front light signature with optical units linked together by a thin strip and completed by an angular “S”. At the back, same topo. The lights are thin, horizontal and connected by a light strip. For the rest, the surfaces are smooth, the sides hollowed out and the hips marked. At the front as at the rear, we also notice the presence of the new Renault logo striped and illuminated.
However, no new photo of the interior has been published. Photos released last month, however, revealed a completely redesigned interior including a floating center console and a new dashboard. A large digital panel was also on the program. It was made up of two screens positioned in L, one for the instrument cluster and the other for the new generation multimedia system.
The diamond also takes advantage of these few images to reveal the first technical characteristics of the car. The new Mégane E-Tech Electric, also called MéganE (pronounced “Mégane i”), will therefore be equipped with a 160 kW (217 hp) electric motor and a 60 kWh battery which will allow it to travel up to 450 km according to the WLTP standard.
The compact will also be based on the plateforme CMF-EV (Common Module Family-Electric Vehicles) of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, designed exclusively for 100% electric vehicles and inaugurated by the Nissan Ariya SUV.
This new appearance of the MéganE marks the start of its testing on open roads. Led by Renault engineers, 30 vehicles will be cruising the roads this summer. The presentation of the car should intervene in the next weeks. Produced at the end of the year at the Douai plant (North), it will be marketed at the start of 2022.
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