Less than a year after the premiere of the Renault Megane eVision concept, the French company has confirmed that we will see the production variant in September at the Munich Motor Show. This event will replace the Frankfurt Fair and will be held every two years.
Renault has not announced details about the future electric model, except that it was announced that the model will be called Megane E-Tech Electric. The new model will be sold alongside the current Megane, which will include petrol, diesel and hybrid drives. The two models will coexist for at least a few years, before Renault completely switches to battery-powered cars.
The Megane electric with increased ground clearance will join the A-segment models Twingo E-Tech Electric and the Zoe from the B-segment. The new model will use the CMF-EV platform and will have a 220hp electric motor, and probably front-wheel drive. According to preliminary data, the battery will have a capacity of 60kWh.
When it first announced this model, Renault promised an autonomy of about 450 kilometers according to the WLTP cycle with a single battery charge. 30 initial specimens have already been made and will be used in tests in the next few months. The first deliveries to customers are expected in the first half of 2022.
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