The Scenic SUV will be presented exclusively in the form of an electric car, and the extended passenger version is expected to join the heel family. New items will debut in a few days.
The Renault Scenic compact MPV left the assembly line last year, but the French brand does not refuse the well-known name to Europeans: now this name has been given to a compact electric SUV. The harbinger of the cross – the Scenic Vision concept – was introduced in the same 2022, in July of this year, the company distributed a photo of a disguised test sample. Well, now Renault has shared teasers of the serial electric crossover: the world premiere will be held at the IAA Mobility exhibition, which opens in Munich next week. > 1/2 2/2
As promised, the externally marketable Scenic E-Tech electric repeated last year's show car in many ways. In particular, the cross has almost the same narrow LED headlights and “boomerangs” of running lights, plus a similar silhouette and “broken” taillights. And of course, the tinsel inherent in the concepts was removed: instead of cameras, the usual mirrors were installed, central pillars appeared, and flip-out handles appeared on the doors. .jpg” /> 1/2 The blue car on the right is the Renault Rafale crossover coupe introduced back in June. Coupe-shaped cross will also be brought to Munich 2/2
The interior is still classified, although the conveyor crossover, on the contrary, hardly got anything from the futuristic interior of the Scenic Vision prototype. Most likely, inside the electric car imitates other latest models of the brand, that is, we are waiting for a virtual tidy and a vertical multimedia tablet placed in an L-shaped body.
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Renault Scenic E-Tech electric is built on the CMF-EV platform, which is also based on the Renault Megane E-Tech and Nissan Ariya. So the crossover is likely to have several modifications that differ in power and range. Models on this “trolley” can have all-wheel drive (an electric motor on each axle), but we will find out if the new Scenic received such a version after the premiere.
Together with an electric crossover at the IAA Mobility exhibition Renault will also show a new version of the Kangoo “heel” – with the prefix Grand in the title. There are no images of Grand yet, not even a description. However, it is already clear that this will be an extended seven-seat version.