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Renault Mégane E-TECH EV60 – the long-distance station wagon

Renault is rapidly pushing ahead with the expansion of electromobility under the “ZE” label. This year the compact five-door Megane E-Tech Electric was presented with two engines. The basic model is offered with 96 kW/131 hp. We extensively tested the more powerful version with 160/218 hp and the large battery pack in the summer. The station wagon can be used as an all-rounder for long tours and varied leisure activities.

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Renault Espace E-Tech Full Hybrid seven-seater – the team SUV

Renault has breathed the SUV trend into the new Espace and left the old VAN culture behind. Anyone who is still familiar with the previous models will have to completely reorient themselves in the new model. Traditional travel values ​​were thrown overboard and a new space glider was designed with lower-emission drives and generous space, even with seven seats for an entire team if desired.

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Price cuts for electric cars in 2024

The abrupt cancellation of subsidies for electric cars has far-reaching consequences for electric car manufacturers. From now on, electric cars are in direct competition with combustion engine models. New car prices are once again the direct focus of buyers. The first manufacturers are significantly reducing the prices for electric cars. We give you some important information in this information article with current updates.

Renault Zoe E-Tech 2023 on test

The Renault Zoe as a trendsetter for entry into electromobility at Renault already has a small tradition. In the last NCAP crash test from December 2021, the base model Zoe "Zen" did not get a single star in the overall rating. The shock at Renault must have been very deep, because the first test in 2013 was still a full 5 stars. However, the revised safety standards in the crash test now make the basic model look significantly worse. Renault reacted to this with the current revision of the price list.

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Renault – electric car offensive is being pushed

After Volkswagen's major change in strategy, Renault is also accelerating its conversion to a manufacturer of electric cars. The focus has shifted to fundamental changes from development to production and recycling. Classics such as the Renault 5 and what is currently known as the “4ever” are also expected to experience a renaissance as electric models. According to its own information, the Renault Group will bring ten new fully electric models onto the market by 2025.

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Renaissance of the electric Renault 5 in 2024

The new Renault 5 is powered by a separately excited synchronous motor, which also powers the ZOE E-Tech Electric and Megane E-Tech Electric. Not only is it more powerful than a permanent magnet motor, but it also uses no rare earth metals for magnets, which should reduce both the costs and the environmental impact of production.

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