Although full prices and specifications are a while off – we’ll probably get more details when the order books open around February – the potential tech package is strong with that Google-powered infotainment system, level two autonomous tech that will take care of steering, acceleration and braking on the motorway and in stop/start traffic, and fast charging at up to 130kW allowing a 15 to 80 per cent charge in 30 minutes
Entry-level Megane E-Tech Electrics will be offered with a 40kWh battery for up to 186 miles of range, while the 60kWh model claims up to 292 miles. Renault says it’s focused more on efficiency than outright range and charging power, so we’d hope those figures are pretty accurate.
Renault is targeting the VW ID.3 and as such prices are expected to mirror those of the Volkswagen, so starting at around £30,000 and rising to £38,000 for top specification.
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