Megane EV


30 pre-production versions of the Renault Mégane eVision show car, first seen in concept form at Renault eWays in 2020, are ready to make their debut on the road. The Mégane eVision concept, revealed at the company’s forum dedicated to its vision for future electric mobility, signalled Renault’s first venture into the C-segment (family hatch) class of electric vehicles. The production version, when it arrives, will enhance the comprehensive existing line-up of fully electric passenger cars that includes the B-segment bestselling Zoe.

The new EV is based on the advanced CMF-EV platform, the all-new Mégane E-Tech Electric features a 217hp e-motor and a 60kWh battery pack enabling up to 450km of range (WLTP). Also called Mégan-E, the fleet of 30 pre-production cars will be driven on open roads in Europe this summer by Renault engineers. Built at Renault’s Douai factory in Northern France, all the pre-production cars will be covered with a tailor-made pattern (camouflage) from Renault Design, made up of lines and patterns from the new version of the iconic Renault logo… to keep us guessing about its final design (psst… we recon its the final design).


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Michael Sheridan

Michael Sheridan is a senior and highly respected motoring journalist based in Ireland. He is a frequently heard voice on motoring, transport and mobility matters and has multiple credits on national television, national print media, national and local radio and other outlets. Michael Sheridan has been a Car of the Year Judge for more 20 years (& more recently a Van of the Year judge). Michael has produced and directed many international and national motoring TV programmes and documentaries both on cars and motorcycles - including four films on the iconic Route 66. Michael Sheridan is a former Chairperson of the Association of Professional Motoring Press (APMP).

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