Renault will be joining the Brussels Motor Show 2023 in Hall 5, where most Stellantis brands will also be present. A lot of attention will be paid to the new Austral, which succeeds the Kadjar as a C-segment SUV, a model with which Renault has great ambitions. The Austral is available with mild and self-charging hybrid powertrains and features the brand’s latest design and technology. Renault has also taken a step forward in terms of materials and finish.
Electric present and future
In addition to the Austral, Renault’s new fully electric cars will also be in the spotlights at Heysel. The Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric has been driving around on our roads for a while and is offered simultaneously with the ‘regular’ Mégane, which will remain in the range for a while. New is the Kangoo E-Tech Electric, the fully electric version of the Kangoo that is offered both as a van and as a van for families. It has a driving range of 285 km and a spacious trunk of 850 to 2,500 litres.
Finally, Renault shows a preview of the future of the brand with three concept cars. First there is the Renault 5 Prototype, the retromodern concept car that will soon actually go into production as a compact electric city car. The Renault 4Ever Trophy will also go into production in 2025 as a compact SUV with elements of the classic Renault 4. The third concept car is the Scénic Vision, which precedes a future electric family car.