The electric Renault Megane passes the test of the cold

Announced last October by the e-Vision concept, the new electric Megane was seen in Sweden during winter testing.

Cold and hot. Before being launched on the market, electric cars are used to undergo tests in extreme conditions. One way for manufacturers to measure the behavior of different components. The future electric Megane is no exception to the rule! A few days ago, Renault’s future electric sedan was spotted on the roads of northern Sweden. Completely camouflaged, she carries out a series of tests there in extreme cold.

With the camouflage, it is difficult to see the lines of this future Megane ZE, the proportions of which seem quite close to those observed on the e-Vision concept.

More than 400 km of autonomy

The electric Megane will be Renault’s first model based on the Alliance’s CMF-EV platform. In its production version, it should take all or part of the characteristics of the eVision concept. Powered by a 218 horsepower (161 kW) block, it received a 60 kWh battery allowing it to travel up to 450 km in a single charge.

Assembled in Douai, in the Nord department, the electric Mégane will begin production at the end of 2021.


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