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Renault R5 E-Tech

Renault Historic innovators. Modern makers.

Props to the brothers Renault. The company was founded by Marcel and Fernand in 1898, while their brother Louis worked in design. Louis drove up the Rue Lepic in Montmartre (the steepest road in Paris) in a Voiturette fitted with their revolutionary ‘direct drive’ gearbox. This feat really kicked off the Renault brand. More than 100 years later, Renault is still killing it in innovation with their super popular all-electric Renault Zoe car. Hats off to them.

And now, with the electric revolution in full swing, Renault has taken on the challenge of creating a range of eco-friendly cars that not only look great but also deliver on performance. Their current line-up includes the second-gen Zoe and the all-new Megane E-Tech, both of which offer impressive ranges and charging times.

Looking to the future, Renault has ambitious plans to expand its electric range even further. In fact, they aim to have 90% of their vehicles electric by 2030. This includes the highly anticipated R5 E-Tech (a Renault 5 reboot), which promises to be a game-changer in the world of electric cars. So, if you're looking for a car that combines style, performance, and sustainability, look no further than Renault's electric range. With their rich history of automotive innovation and their commitment to the electric revolution, Renault is sure to keep leading the charge for years to come.

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In 2012, Renault busted onto the electric hatchback scene with the Zoe, taking the EV world by storm. Now it’s been revamped and after a wicked glow up it’s smarter, tighter, has a massive digital display and state-of-the-art driving tech.
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Megane E-Tech

The E-Tech suffix and a radical design that fuses crossover and hatchback cues tell you this isn’t any old Renault Megane. In fact, this new model gets new underpinnings, fresh technology and clean green EV power throughout the lineup. Only the top-spec 60kWh lithium-ion battery with up to 280 miles of range is offered to us demanding UK leasers then it’s just a case of picking entry-level Equilibre or toppy Techno trim.
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R5 E-Tech

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Estimated Release Date: 2024(ish)


Part-SUV, part-sedan, the Renault Morphoz is absolutely crackers – but the best kind of crackers. It can shape-shift between different configurations, has a level of AI you didn’t think possible in a car, and we really love the bright yellow seats of the concept version.
Estimated Release Date: Probably never :(


If you asked us to draw a ridiculous concept car, it would probably look something like Renault’s EZ-Ultimo. Gone are ridiculous things like door handles. Here, it’s all about boundary-pushing design.
Estimated Release Date: Probably never :(


More robo-car than electric car concept, the Renault EZ-GO is an attempt to create total autonomous, emission-free urban transport. If this is the future of commuting, then we’re in. See ya later Central Line.
Estimated Release Date: Probably never :(


If you’re as fed up with diesel-chugging delivery vans causing traffic chaos during rush hour, then let’s all pray the Renault EZ-Pro becomes a reality. An autonomous electric zero-emission robo-pod, last-mile delivery drivers... we’re sorry.
Estimated Release Date: 2023(ish)


Less off-the-wall than Renault’s other concept cars, the Symbioz actually looks like something you could drive. It’s a super chic electric sedan with a lounge-like interior and next-gen tech like wireless charging... for your car.
Estimated Release Date: Probably never :(


Renault might not be known for high-performance luxury GTs... yet. Hoping to change this around is their electric concept Renault Trezor. Taking design cues from Aston Martin and Bentley, it’s a thing of beauty.