Renault UK has confirmed full specifications of new E-TECH versions of its two most popular model line-ups: the Captur Plug-in Hybrid and the Clio Hybrid. The new Captur Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) benefits from a new petrol-electric powertrain, while the Clio Hybrid gets a petrol hybrid setup that is also capable of completing most urban journeys in zero-emissions electric mode.
Renault has announced class-leading predicted Residual Values (RVs) of up to 42 per cent, according to industry experts CAP. Calculated over three years and 30,000 miles, Renault says that this figure compares strongly with other new all-electric models in the market.
Renault is extending the use of its electric light commercial vehicles with hydrogen. Tested since 2014, Groupe Renault’s hydrogen technology was developed in partnership with Symbio, a Groupe Michelin subsidiary.
The new all-electric Renault Zoe is now available to order, with prices starting at £18,670 with a separate battery lease, and customer deliveries from January 2020. The new generation Zoe features increased power and range, a host of technological improvements, an overhauled interior and new exterior looks.
The all-new Renault Clio is now available to order, with prices starting at £14,295 and customer deliveries from late October. Diesel models start at £17,295. Officially revealed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, according to Renault, the fifth generation Clio “features the latest technological innovations and iconic style that have marked out its ultra-successful predecessors over the past three decades”.
A pioneer of the small SUV market, the Captur has sold 1.2 million units since its launch in 2013. Now Renault has launched an all-new Captur, one of the key models in the company’s Drive the Future plan for 2017-2022. The new Captur will be sold in every continent and will also be manufactured in China, a key market for Renault.
Renault has unveiled its ‘Electrify July’ sales event, which sees its entire range of electric vehicles available with an additional manufacturer contribution of up to £1,000.
Renault has launched an updated Zoe with increased power and range, a host of technological improvements and distinctive new looks. The company says the launch of the third generation of its flagship vehicle in its 100 per cent electric range is a major milestone in its commitment to large scale electric vehicle development.
Renault has announced a refreshed and updated version of the Koleos large SUV, featuring new engines, enhanced looks and technology upgrades. Building on the success of the original model, which was launched in 2017 and amassed 100,000 sales globally in 2018, Renault says the new Koleos delivers greater performance and efficiency, plus improved comfort, refinement and premium appeal.
The new Renault Clio has received the coveted 5-stars rating in the latest Euro NCAP safety tests. Groupe Renault’s best-selling model has been tested according to the new stringent protocol launched in 2018. It is the 22nd Groupe Renault vehicle to receive the maximum rating of five stars.