Renault is one of those companies that does not get hyped up by the media, but still manages to sell loads of cars, shows steady growth and slowly takes over the world. In fact, their acquisition of Nissan and Mitsubishi brands actually made this alliance the biggest in the world by the production volume. In today’s episode we will demonstrate the new arrivals in the Renault’s lineup, that span across all body styles, include new electric cars and pose tough competition to other brands.
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0:40 #1 2019 Renault Kadjar
2019 Renault Kadjar is smallest model in Renault’s crossover lineup that is shares its exterior styling with bigger Captur and Koleos. It enters the 2019 model year with a refreshed face, new gasoline engine, and updated trim levels.
1:51 #2 2019 Renault Megane R.S. Trophy
To compete with the current leaders the likes of VW Golf R, Honda Civic Type R and Mercedes AMG A35, Renault upgraded their top notch Megane R.S. with the Trophy modification for the 2019.
3:01 #3 2019 Renault Talisman
In 2019, Renault Talisman receives a racier limited version called S-Edition. It features more standard tech and a powerful 1.8L gasoline engine delivering 225 hp and 221 lb-ft of torque.
4:11 #4 2020 Renault Arcana
The coupe SUV design was rather popular in 2018 across multiple manufacturers, so Renault also decided to get a piece of the sales pie. The new crossover Arcana was developed by the joined effort of the Renault’s French and Russian teams.
5:17 #5 2019 Renault K-ZE
The new electric car from Renault will be named K-ZE hinting its being based on the subcompact crossover Kwid which is currently sold in India at a ridiculously low price of $5,000.
6:25 #6 2019 Alpine A110 and A110 GT4
2019 Alpine A110 was unveiled in three iterations, a track-only racer called GT4 and two road-legal models, Pure and Légende. All share a 1.8L turbocharged 4-cylinder netting 270 and 252 horses respectively.
7:43 #7 2019 Renault EZ Ultimo
The most recent representation of Renault’s vision of the future was depicted in the trio of concepts based on the home platform, all of which are fully autonomous and electric. The most impressive one is undoubtedly the EZ-Ultimo.
8:54 #8 2019 Renault Zoe
Renault Zoe is the bestselling European electric car on the market, that fits the demand for compact urban commuters, that can squeeze through narrow streets and at the same time gives access to the no pollution zones.