Renault Set Up To Take Car Of The Year 2024? Renault have been pushed into the shortlist for car of the year 2024, with an E-Class vehilcle. The Scenic E-Tech has been put onto said shortlist and is believed to be a good prospect to take the title. The most recent offering from the French automotive company, is one of 7 cars placed onto the list. Renault also achieved this listing in 2022 and 2021 with the Renault Austral and Megane E-Tech Electric.
The Sceneic E-Tech was nominated by 59 journalists hailing from 22 countries, who had 28 models to evaluate.
Renault Set Up To Take Car Of The Year 2024? The winner will be revealed on Monday, February 26th at the Geneva International Motor Show.
It is the latest development in the long-running success story of the Renault Scenic. First introduced in 1996, it revolutionised the car market by becoming the first compact MPV in European automotive history, with the first generation Scenic going on to win the prestigious Car of the Year award in 1997.
Innovatively reinvented to be even more versatile, the latest fifth-generation Scenic features an all-electric powertrain. It redefines C-segment cars for families, providing them with a fully-electric vehicle that perfectly meets all their needs, whether that be for daily commuting, long journeys, weekend outings or holidays.
Combining compact dimensions (4.47m long) for city driving with the room required for longer journeys, it offers a range of up to 379 miles (WLTP) on a single charge.
Renault has been committed to democratising electric mobility, making it accessible to all, for over 10 years. Scenic E-Tech electric blends seamlessly into the brand strategic plan: it is a sustainably-designed electric car, brimming with useful and intuitive technology. Building on the success of Zoe, Renault is extending its offer in the C-segment with Megane E-Tech electric and Scenic E-Tech electric. They are two key models which could accelerate the uptake of full electric models and continue to establish Renault as a leader in the new era of sustainable mobility.
Renault Set Up To Take Car Of The Year 2024?