Auto Shows Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric: This electric car is one of the big IAA winners

15:50  13 september  2021
15:50  13 september  2021 Source:   gq-magazin.de

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Renault beats a new chapter in its electric cars. Flagship of the new E-offensive of the French car manufacturer is the Mégane E-Tech Electric presented at the IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich and has little in common with its name big. The fully electric compact SUV is the first vehicle that uses the newly developed, modular CMF-EV platform of the Alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi. The target electromobility make everyday fit and affordable. In addition, Renault advertises with innovations, which should be directed above all against the competition at the market leader Volkswagen. (Speaking: VW Beetle, Golf - and Soon Id.Life? This electric small car should be a real Volkswagen )

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  Renault Mégane E-Tech electric: Dieses E-Auto zählt zu den großen IAA-Gewinnern © Renault & Nix concept, this Renault comes in series!

added: The IAA Mobility 2021 was very conceptual, says: Visitors have seen especially Showcars ​​- in addition to some (predominantly E-) models, which celebrated premiere earlier earlier. World news that there will be so soon in series, there was hardly any. All the more pleasing are the few exceptions. Like the Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric.

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Measure of all things is the range for fully electric cars. Renault offers the battery for the Mégane E-Tech Electric in two capacity levels. The battery with a capacity of 40 kWh should create up to 300 kilometers (WLTP cycle). For the battery with 60 kWh, the manufacturer indicates an range of up to 470 kilometers (depending on the equipment). Thus, the stronger Mégane would be between the reach of ID.3 and ID.4 of Volkswagen.

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The customer has the customer at the Mégane E-Tech Electric also with the drive variants. Renault Plant two versions with 130 hp and 160 hp . "Both electrical aggregates are designed as a third-party three-phase synchronous motors," said the French with. "Benefits are the big power bandwidth and the high efficiency. In addition, third-party engines do not require rare earth metals for magnets, which reduces the environmental impact in production. " The motors should ensure a powerful acceleration and accelerate the compact cars in up to 7.4 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h. (Also interesting: Porsche Mission R - Let's see the TaryCan for the racetrack? )

& Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric sets standards in the compact class

of the Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric scores according to the manufacturer with the slimest battery On the market . He is given to the information thanks to the high energy density only eleven centimeters thick. At 1.5 meters, the electric compact SUV is therefore little higher than the current mégane with an internal combustion engine despite the battery in the vehicle floor, as it was due to the presentation. The new model is also intended to convince with the largest info display in a compact class vehicle and the ability to bidirectional charging.

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The look is characterized by Renault by the SUV-like frontal area and the compact limousine shape. The market launch is planned for March 2022.

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