Three new electric Renaults, Clio, Captur and Megane | New Release - Car News Aug 2020

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12:19 Wednesday 26 Aug 2020

Renault have announced a huge expansion of their electric vehicle line up with the addition of three new models.

The all-New Clio E-TECH Hybrid, Captur E-TECH Plug-in hybrid, and Mégane E-TECH Plug-in hybrid, have joined Renault’s growing electrified car line up.  All three are powered by a 1.6-litre petrol engine, twin electric motors and a lithium-ion battery, and boast Renault’s new F1-inspired multi-mode clutchless gearbox.  The hybrid system makes use of a new B Mode to capture energy lost under braking and deceleration and feeds it back to battery later use.  An all-electric range of up to 30 miles is achievable, along with emissions of 30g/km of CO2.

Features include TFT Driver Information Display, Easy Link Navigation.  The Captur and Megane E-TECH Plug-in hybrids come with a free home charging wallbox, while the latter has full LED lights, a redesigned front and rear, and a new R.S. Line trim level.  The Clio and Captur E-TECH models are available in a special Launch Edition specification with enhanced interior and exterior blue and copper colour packs.

Prices for the all-new Clio E-TECH Hybrid start from £19,595 on-the-road, for the all-new Captur E-TECH Plug-in from £30,495 on-the-road, and the new Mégane E-TECH Plug-in hybrid from £30,685 on-the-road, with all benefitting from a 5-year warranty.


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