Renault planning three new electric vehicles

Renault planning three new electric vehicles

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This September’s Frankfurt Motor Show will be the venue for the unveiling of three new electric vehicles from Renault, including a concept that previews an all new model. The concept is predicted to be put on the same dedicated platform created from Renault’s alliance with Nissan, set to underpin its new EV debuting at the Tokyo Motor Show and going on sale next year. Renault development chief Christian Steyer has said that the EVs will benefit from distinctive styling to set them apart from the rest of the automaker’s lineup.

In addition to the three new EVs, Renault will apparently be showing off both fast charging technology and battery swapping equipment, along with electric conversions of existing Megane and Kangoo models.

Renault be bop fq

This September’s Frankfurt Motor Show will be the venue for the unveiling of three new electric vehicles from Renault, including a concept that previews an all new model. The concept is predicted to be put on the same dedicated platform created from Renault’s alliance with Nissan, set to underpin its new EV debuting at the Tokyo Motor Show and going on sale next year. Renault development chief Christian Steyer has said that the EVs will benefit from distinctive styling to set them apart from the rest of the automaker’s lineup.

In addition to the three new EVs, Renault will apparently be showing off both fast charging technology and battery swapping equipment, along with electric conversions of existing Megane and Kangoo models.

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