The All-New Renault Scénic E-Tech electric will make its world debut at the 2023 IAA Mobility Show in Munich on the 4th September.
Forget everything you know about the Scenic. While the fourth generation of compact MPV has recently retired, its replacement will be part of a profound disruption seeing it transform into an SUV, while its petrol engine will be dropped to become electric only.
When it breaks cover, it will be Renault’s second C-segment pure electric vehicle developed under the ‘Renaulution’ strategy, as well as the brand’s first production car to embody its new sustainable development strategy on the environment, safety and inclusion.
The All-New Renault Scénic E-Tech electric is a natural progression from the Scénic Vision Concept Car that was unveiled at last year’s ChangeNOW Summit in Paris. Bold and visionary, the striking concept explored the most advanced technologies for decarbonisation.
New images of the Scenic E-Tech show the car in its most revealing form yet and confirm that it has drawn most of its design language from the Scenic Vision Concept, revealed in May last year.
Pre-production versions are already providing a glimpse of the final silhouette of Renault’s latest electrified model, with the manufacturer’s engineers evaluating it on the road this summer.
Made in the Douai ElectriCity factory, the pre-production cars will be covered with a bespoke pattern from Renault Design. Consisting of a play on the lines and patterns of the brand’s iconic logo, the design pays tribute to that made previously for the Megane E-Tech 100% electric, creating a dazzle-like camouflage.