Renault eWays: En route to zero-carbon mobility
On the occasion of Renault eWays, an unprecedented event dedicated to the electric mobility of today and tomorrow, Groupe Renault is committing to carbon neutrality by 2050 in Europe and is unveiling two new electric vehicles:
- Renault Mégane eVision: a dynamic compact hatchback for a new generation of electric vehicles
- Dacia Spring Electric: the new Dacia revolution with the most affordable electric car in Europe
Ten years ago, Renault launched the first ZOE on the road. Today, 350,000 Renault electric vehicles travel the world with 8 different models! In addition to the electric range, 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 the New Renault Arkana.
Today, the company goes further and makes 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 marketed will have an electric or electrified version, in a market that, in 5 years, will see 50% of vehicles sold running electric or hybrid.
On the occasion of Renault eWays, from 15 to 27 October, the Group shares its vision of the transition to zero-emission mobility through its new products and technologies, and roundtables and keynotes offered on the digital platform: https://easyelectriclife.groupe.renault.com/fr/eways/
A new milestone 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 new electric compact hatchback
Renault presents the Mégane eVision show car and reinvents the model of the compact hatchback by combining the codes of the coupe and the SUV. 100% electric, this show car with an innovative style benefits from the brand-new platform CMF-EV dedicated to electric. An asset that allows it to move away from the traditional dimensions and codes of the segment to propose new lines and new proportions. The result is a hatchback with contained exterior dimensions and record habitability.
Nearly 10 years ago, Renault knew to go electric. This expertise now allows us to launch a whole new generation of electric models, of which the Mégane eVision is the symbol.
25 years after its launch, a new page opens for the Mégane.
Dacia Spring Electric, the new r-EV-olution from Dacia
Dacia presents its small trendy city car marketed since 2021: the Dacia Spring Electric. After Logan and Duster, Dacia Spring is about to revolutionize the market by making electric power accessible to everyone. Whether it’s individual, shared or professional mobility, Spring offers a simple, reliable and accessible solution.
With its disruptive SUV look, it is equipped with 4 real seats, a record habitability, a simple and reliable electric powertrain and a reassuring range. Light and compact, the Spring Electric can run 225 km in mixed WLTP cycle and 295 km in WLTP City, guaranteeing a high versatility of urban but also peri-urban use.
Three new hybrid models for an expanded Renault E-TECH range
Renault is extending its hybrid range with the arrival of three new vehicles equipped with this new technology. The New Arkana E-TECH Hybrid, Captur E-TECH Hybrid and New Mégane hatchback E-TECH Plug-In Hybrid will be released in Europe in the first half of 2021.
Pioneer and leader of the electric vehicle for more than 10 years and with its experience in Formula 1, Renault has acquired the expertise that enables it to offer dynamic and efficient hybrid powertrains on a wider range of vehicles at the heart of the automotive market.
The introduction of 12V micro-hybridization on the New Arkana and Captur completes the range of powertrains by offering all possible levels of electrification to meet all needs, while remaining accessible.
Groupe Renault has manufactured cars since 1898. Today it is an international multi-brand group, selling close to 3.8 million vehicles in 134 countries in 2019, with 40 manufacturing sites, 12,700 points of sales and after-sales and employing more than 180,000 people. To address the major technological challenges of the future, while continuing to pursue its profitable growth strategy, Groupe Renault is focusing on international expansion. To this end, it is drawing on the synergies of its five brands (Renault, Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine and LADA), electric vehicles, and its unique alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors. With a 100% Renault owned team committed to the Formula 1 World Championship since 2016, the brand is involved in motorsports, a real vector for innovation and awareness.