Renault’s Scenic Vision concept car is a hybrid SUV that looks forward to an all-electric range by 2030

  • The Renault Scenic Vision concept car is an anticipation of the French brand’s vision for a greener, safer and more inclusive future
  • The hybrid electric and hydrogen powertrain optimizes usability and environmental compatibility and has been designed to have a 75% lower carbon footprint than a conventional electric car
  • More than 70% of Renault Scenic Vision’s materials are renewable and 95% of the concept is recyclable, including its battery.
  • The futuristic exterior design gives a taste of a 100% electric model which will be unveiled in 2024 and the French manufacturer is aiming for a 100% electric range by 2030.

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Renault is writing a new page in its history with Scenic Vision, an innovative concept car that brings the brand’s vision for a greener, safer and more inclusive future to life.

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The Scenic Vision embodies the brand’s sustainable development commitments and summarizes them in a unique vehicle.

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More than 70% of Renault Scenic Vision materials are renewable. Image: Newspress
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Its smart design and manufacturing incorporates methods Groupe Renault and its brands will use to achieve carbon neutrality in Europe by 2040 and globally by 2050. Notably, this includes Renault aiming for an all-electric range by 2030, Hurry reports.

Outside, Scenic Vision presents Renault’s future 100% electric family cars. Inside, it invites travelers into a new era, a future where technology and innovation will make the world more sustainable and more environmentally friendly.

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The Renault Scenic Vision’s 160 kW electrically excited synchronous motor comes directly from New Renault Mégane E-Tech. Image: Newspress
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The Scenic Vision concept car now brings to life the most futuristic decarbonization technologies and embodies the three pillars of the Renault group’s sustainable development strategy: carbon neutrality, safety and inclusion.

According to IOLs, 70% of its materials are recycled and 95% are recyclable, which directly contributes to the conservation of resources. As a hybrid, using both electric power and hydrogen, it requires fewer and shorter stops.

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The Renault Scenic Vision concept car has been designed with a new architecture which is characterized by an extra large screen located at the junction of the dashboard and the windscreen. Image: Newspress
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Its carbon footprint, including the battery, is much smaller, being 75% lower than that of a conventional electric car and being a zero-emission car (in production and in use).

The car’s technology improves driver and passenger safety by reducing the number of accidents by up to 70%. The design of Renault Scenic Vision also reflects the desire of the development teams to create a unique car, accessible to all and suitable for all.

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A Cocoon Airbag is housed in the seats and envelops the passengers in the event of an accident. Image: Newspress
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New Renault Clio is now available in South Africa, we have prices and specifications

Renault’s popular Clio hatchback is now available in South Africa with similar styling cues to its bigger sibling, the Megane, In brief News reports. The new model is supported by a new platform, namely CMF-B which is also used by the Nissan Juke.

There are three trim levels to choose from: Life, Zen and Intens. The French automaker has kept things simple with engine and gearbox options: there’s only a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine with 74kW and 160Nm and a five-speed manual transmission available.

Priced at R309,900, the Life model has LED headlights and taillights and sits on 16-inch steel wheels with faux alloy covers. Inside, the usual details such as power mirrors and windows, multifunction steering wheel, cruise control and a 17cm touchscreen for the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay infotainment system stand out.

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