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Renault 4ever: release in 2025 for the electric crossover with vintage style

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By 2030, 90% of the Renaults sold will be electric and the Renault 4ever model, an electric crossover arriving in 2025, will also contribute to the goal.

Renault’s electric offensive should be fully realized by 2030, when in the French group’s plans zero-emission vehicles will represent 90% of sales, at least in Europe. An ambitious goal but consistent with the trend, common to most European car manufacturers, to abandon combustion engines shortly. Renault’s electrification strategy includes ten new electric models by 2025, including the 4ever: a compact crossover with a vintage style. A stylistic solution that has already found application on the Renault 5 prototype presented at the Munich Mobility Show, and which could be proposed for other models in the future range.

in view of 2025

The path that by 2030 will lead Renault to sell 90% of electric cars begins in 2022, with the arrival on the market of the Mégane E-tech: a zero-emission reinterpretation of the compact sedan. In 2023 it will then be the turn of the Renault 5, a tribute to one of the most iconic models of the French brand. The 4ever is expected in 2025 and will also be built on the basis of the Cmf-Bev platform developed to be able to expand the offer of zero-emission cars. It will be on crossover bodywork and will satisfy the needs of habitability, load capacity and image that meet the taste of the European motorist. The stylistic language will be the same as the next Renault 5: a clear reference to the past to tell a new chapter, without forgetting its origins.

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New batteries

The next generation of Renault electric cars will be equipped with a more efficient battery, made with Nickel, Manganese, Cobalt and manufactured in France. Components that should guarantee greater autonomy and a lower production cost which for 2025 is estimated at 100 dollars per kWh. The power unit has not been announced but the 4ever is likely to have front-wheel drive. The possibility of a high-performance version with the Alpine logo cannot be excluded and, due to its characteristics and intended use, a four-wheel drive set-up could find concrete application. In the future, Renault’s electric range will be complemented by a medium-sized commercial vehicle.


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