At the 2020 Brussels Motor Show, the Renault Group is making its world premiere of the two best-selling hybrid models of the New Clio and the rechargeable hybrid versions of the New Captur: the New Clio E-TECH 140 hp et The new Captur E-TECH Plug-in 160 hp .
As a pioneer and expert in electric mobility, a turning point in the sustainable mobility approach for all, the Renault Group offers dynamic and efficient hybrid engine options to its customers in the framework of its electric vehicle experience for more than 10 years.
Together with hybrid versions, the Renault Group offers the widest range of electric vehicles in the market: “full hybrid ile with the new Clio E-TECH,“ full plug-in hybrid Yeni with the new Captur E-TECH Plug-in and “100% with the new ZOE electric". With the addition of the Megane E-TECH Plug-in version, customers will be able to choose the car that best suits their needs. Hybrid options reduce CO2 emissions and fuel consumption even on long journeys.
The new Clio E-TECH delivers up to 80 percent fuel consumption in urban use compared to a thermal engine, with 40 percent of urban use in fully electric mode. The new Captur E-TECH Plug-in can be used for 135 kilometers in mixed use (WLTP) at maximum speed of 50 km / h and 65% electricity for 100 kilometers in urban use (WLTP city).
In addition to Renault's 100% electric and thermal engine B segment product range, the new Clio E-TECH and the new Captur E-TECH plug-in hybrid engines stand out for their needs. With the hybrid versions offered to customers in this segment, the electric car experience is now more accessible.
Renault's new hybrid engines are based on the Alliance's experience and synergy. By 2022, the Renault Group will add 100 models of 8% electric and 12 models of hybrid & rechargeable hybrids.