The highly anticipated Renault 5 E-Tech should arrive on our roads next year, with a world premiere planned in Switzerland next March.
The Renault 5 E-Tech is certainly the most anticipated car of 2024, and for good reason. In addition to bringing back many memories to the French with this delicately neo-retro design, the R5 will also mark the entry into a new era for Renault with more “accessible” electrics.
The one that we had announced at less than 25,000 euros, excluding bonuses, will ultimately be around 30,000 euros, enough to do the business of Citroën with its ë-C3 from 23,300 euros, excluding bonus. However, the Renault 5 E-Tech will stand out with interesting new features, particularly in terms of on-board technologies.
For example, the brand will introduce “Reno” for the first time, a virtual assistant powered by artificial intelligence. This assistant promises to support customers by providing interactive advice on the car’s functionalities, while it will also act as a voice command to control the air conditioning or the infotainment system.
But to discover it, you will have to be a little more patient, since according to the information in the magazine The InformedThe car will be presented at the next Geneva Motor Show which will be held from February 26 to March 3..
As we knew, it will be marketed for fall 2024, and it will enter production in the historic Douai factory, in the North of France.
Renault generally intends to offer a complete package around its car, including the introduction of “Mobilize Powerbox” home charging stations. We are talking here about a terminal offering a power of 7 to 22 kW, in alternating current of course.
This terminal will have a bidirectional charging capacity which will not only recharge the vehicle, but also redistribute the stored energy to the home network.
Still according to L’Informed, this terminal will be sold for around 600 euros and will also be assembled in France, in the Lacroix factory located in Beaupréau-en-Mauges.
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