Renault Scenic Vision Unveiled | Care Expert

The Renault Scenic Vision It stands out on two fronts: its sleek design and the hydrogen fuel cell plug-in hybrid drivetrain.

As far as design goes, Cinic Vision embodies the company’s Novel Vague (or New Wave) design philosophy, and it has lots of sharp, bold creases.

According to the company, the release of Scenic Vision in 2024 is a prelude to a new production “family model”.

Reports indicate that “90 percent” of the design will lead to the final car, although we expect a major change: rear-hinged (or suicidal) rear doors will be replaced by conventional front-hinged units.

The minimalist cabin is called “a visionary study of the future Renault Interiors”.

While production is expected to sit on top of the Megane E-Tech in Cynic Company’s EV range, the concept includes a fancy hydrogen fuel cell range-extender plug-in hybrid setup called the H2-Tech.

It has a 160kW electric motor that drives the front wheels. The motor is mated to a small-ish 40kWh battery pack and an underfloor 16kW hydrogen fuel cell system.

The fuel cell system works as a range extender that charges the battery pack instead of running the wheel. The layout is similar to the setup used by the now-released Holden Volt and BMW i3 Rex, although these two cars employed a smaller petrol engine to recharge its batteries.

Renault claims that Scenic Vision can travel 800 km on a full charge and with just a quick five-minute hydrogen refueling stop.

This was stated by the representatives of the car manufacturers Autocar The H2-Tech drivetrain will not go into production until 2030 and will be part of the firm’s pressure to be carbon neutral in Europe by 2040 and globally by 2050.

Scenic vision measurement 4490 mm long, 1900 mm wide, 1590 mm longAnd a ride on 2835 mm wheelbase.

That’s about half of the 4.41m Scenic and 4.63m Grand Scenic, both of which have gone out of production this year.

According to Renault, 70 percent of Scenic Vision is made from recyclable materials, and 95 percent is recyclable with car batteries.

The floor of the concept is made of recycled plastic, the seats are made of “low carbon” recycled polyester, and the carbon-fiber hydrogen tank is made of recycled paper waste.

Some parts are also made from recycled carbon from the aeronautical industry.

The concept 235/45 tire has an attractive spoke design with 21-inch alloy wheels.

This isn’t the first time Renault has re-used the names of its celebrities in a crossover-ish car.

Launched in 1996, Scenic – originally Megan Scene – competed with the company’s volume-selling small man mover, and the likes of Opel Zafira and Citroen C4 Picasso.

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