Renault Scenic is back as an all-electric SUV

Renault Scenic is back as an all electric SUV

Renault Scenic A name that has been on the market for over a quarter of a century. It was designed in 1991 and launched in 1996 as the first compact MPV in European automotive history. Now, 27 years later, the new Renault Scenic E-Techis making a comeback as the face of Renault’s new generation of electric vehicles.

The Scenic E-Tech has an all-electric powertrain offering a WLTP range of 620 km. It is a family car designed for both weekend getaways and daily commutes.

Built on the CMF-EV platform shared with Nissan and Mitsubishi, the Scenic E-Tech is compact in terms of its footprint, but leaves its competitors behind with its interior space. It comes with a decent 87 kWh battery and a motor that produces up to 160 kW (220 hp) compared to its rivals, so it’s clear that Scenic is focusing more on practicality than performance. When we consider the SCT segments in our country, it is very important in terms of price that 160 kW corresponds to 10% SCT.

New Scenic E-Tech, 2.78 meters wheelbase and impressive 545 liters It stands out with its luggage capacity. Rear occupants can enjoy a generous 278mm of legroom. Features such as the Solarbay photochromic glass roof and smart armrests further enhance the in-car experience.

Scenic E-Tech offers 50+ apps to make journeys smooth and enjoyable. OpenR Link multimedia system It does not lag behind its competitors when it comes to technology. The car’s distinctive sound was created in collaboration with Jean-Michel Jarre. Now – we have a short video for you to evaluate the new sound for yourself. It definitely adds a bit of drama to day-to-day work.

Fortunately, Renault’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond electric powertrains. A large part of the vehicle’s materials, such as 24%, consists of recycled products. 90% of its mass, including the battery, can be recycled in accordance with the latest EU Directive.

The new Scenic E-Tech is assembled at the ElectriCity plant in Douai, France, while the engine is produced at the Megafactory in Cleon.

It is worth noting that Renault is not new to the issue of sustainability. The Scenic Vision concept vehicle was introduced at the 2022 ChangeNOW Summit and was a testament to Renault’s desire to produce more sustainable vehicles. We were hoping the Scenic hit the roads to be a little closer to the Vision concept car, but instead Renault acted safely and gave us a good-looking, mid-size family SUV that wouldn’t be at a VW dealership.