“Its sophisticated features and the lighting signature accentuate the modern look of the car, which breaks the existing codes of electric vehicles when it comes to use, size and design as well as energy efficiency,” the company added.
Set to rival the Volkswagen ID.3, the Megane eVision’s front axle is powered by a 160kW/300Nm electric motor, which helps it to sprint from a standstill to 100km/h in less than eight seconds.
The Megane eVision’s front axle is powered by a 160kW/300Nm electric motor.
While Renault hasn’t released the Megane eVision’s driving range, it has confirmed a 60kWh battery is onboard with support for not only 22kW AC and 130kW DC fast charging, but also V2G (vehicle-to-grid) technology.
Despite only being 4210mm long (with a 2700mm wheelbase), 1800mm wide and 1505mm tall, Renault claims the Megane eVision is as spacious as a mid-size sedan when it comes to passenger space in the first and second rows, although its interior hasn’t been shown yet.