Renault 5 EV Concept at Goodwood Show

Clever, retro-inspired Renault 5 The all-electric hatchback will be shown in concept form at the June 23, 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

5 EV will be screened at Electric Avenue at the festival, the first time it has been screened in the UK.

The new Renault 5 concept was first published in early 2021 and is inspired by the original 1972.

The original angular design has been modernized, but carries important details such as the shape of the hatchback, the signature of the rear light and the window line.

Renault has confirmed that the All-Electric City hatchback will debut in production in 2022, before production starts in 2024.

Under the skin, the Renault 5 will use the CMF-BEV electrical platform of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. It is designed for the Volkswagen Polo-sized car and promises a one-third reduction in the price of the new electric car.

Renault has not yet released details of the power and torque output of the electric hatchback, battery size and range. It is understood that the CMF-BEV platform can range up to 400km in WLTP testing.

A new Nissan Micra electric city car, as previously teased, will also be based on the platform below the Renault 5, as will a high-performance alpine version.

Renault’s retro revolution won’t end with the upcoming 5. The brand’s electric rollout will include the Renault 4-inspired 4ever SUV, which was recently leaked in a patent image, as well as a potential rebirth Scenic crossover.

Also on display at Electric Avenue Goodwood is the Megan E-Tech electric mini SUV.

This electric vehicle (EV) is confirmed to be coming to Australia, with the first delivery expected by the end of 2023.

The glamorous small crossover will expand Renault Australia’s electric range, with the Kangu e-tech electric van arriving locally in early 2023.

Renault Megane E-Tech is among the French brand North Kia Niro, Hyundai Kona Electric, MG ZS EV, Volkswagen ID.3, Tesla Model 3, and Tesla Model Y.

Megane E-Tech made its world premiere in September 2021, but due to ongoing supply constraints, priority markets such as Europe will receive the first allocation.

Older Renault Metal at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​Show? The Renault 5 Maxi Turbo Super Production will be sent to the top of the hill with French rally driver Alain Serpagi.

This iconic hatchback from the 1980s is powered by a mid-mounted 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 283kW of power.

It has become a cult classic in part due to its participation in Group B rallies.

There will also be a 1979 Renault RS10 F1 car driven by former French F1 driver René Arnoux.

The racer is known as the first turbocharged F1 car to win the Grand Prix, and it ushered in a new turbocharged era in Formula One.

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