We’re surprised it took until 2020 for Renault to launch the electric Twingo ZE, because its brother from another mother already has an EV version.
The 2020 Renault Twingo ZE has a R80 electric motor with 60kW (80hp) and 160Nm (118 lb-ft), RWD, 180km (112mi) WLTP range, and a 21.3kWh lithium-ion battery.
The 2020 Renault Megane E-Tech estate has 1.6L I4 plug-in hybrid (including two electric motors) with 119kW (160hp) total, and 48km (30mi) WLTP EV range.
The 2020 Renault Megane RS Trophy facelift has a 1.8 turbo I4 with 224kW (300hp) and 420Nm (310 lb-ft), 6-speed dual-clutch transmission, and FWD.
The 2020 Renault Captur E-Tech has a 118kW (158hp) 1.6 plug-in hybrid powertrain, a 9.8kWh battery, and an EV range of 30mi (48km).
The 2020 Renault Clio E-Tech is a 1.6L I4 hybrid with a 1.2kWh lithium-ion battery, and a WLTP mileage rating of 4.1L/100km (57mpg).
The 2020 Renault Triber is one of those cars that won’t be sold in Europe, but, if successful, could be very important for the French automaker.
The 2019 Renault Master ZE electric van has a real world driving range of 119km (74mi), which should be enough for most city work applications.
The Renault Ez-Flex concept is small electric van with a boxy body, and surprising amount of cargo space despite its small dimensions.
The 2020 Renault Captur looks almost unchanged, but has the new CMF-B platform, a longer body, much classier interior, and more technology.