Renault and Dacia put a speed limiter of 180 km / h on all their models

After Volvo and Renault announced that its new models, like those of Dacia, will have a speed limiter at 180 km / h. This was announced today by the CEO of the French company, Luca de Meo, adding that they made the specific decision to minimize the number of road accidents involving Renault and Dacia cars.

Alpine models will not have a speed limiter, with De Meo adding that the electric Megane that will be released on the market in 2022 will have a speed limiter of 160 km / h and will have active cruise control with “automatic speed control that will comply mandatory with the speed limits on the roads that move, according to the GPS and the relevant signs ”. In addition, the system will be able to “read” the road in order to properly adjust the speed, always aiming at the safety of passengers.

The Renault navigation system will alert the driver to the areas where most accidents occur, so that the driver pays more attention when crossing them, with the system being updated in real time.

Finally, de Meo said that Renault in collaboration with insurance companies will develop the “Safety Score”, a system that through sensors will collect data on the driver’s driving behavior in order to rate him, with the drivers with the highest score being those who are more careful. So they will be asked to pay cheaper premiums. There will also be a system, the “Safety Coach” which in collaboration with the “Safety Score” will encourage safer driving.

Renault wants to have a neutral carbon balance in Europe by 2040, and 10 years later, in 2050, worldwide. By 2030, it wants 90% of its sales to consist of electric and hybrid cars.


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