The all-new electric Renault Megane E-Tech has been awarded a maximum safety rating of five stars from Euro NCAP.
His powerful SUV-style hatchback is built on the CMF-EV electric vehicle platform and is available in two battery options: 40kWh for a range of up to 300km (WLTP) and 60kWh for up to 470km.
AC 22 and DC charging standard up to 130kW, which makes charging faster and up to 300 km in just 30 minutes.
Contributing to the impressive safety of occupants are seven airbags, while a total of 26 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are on board.
The safety suite is divided into three categories: driving, parking and safety.
Topping the list is Active Driver Assist, now classified as a “Level 2” autonomous vehicle, which combines adaptive cruise control with stop and go, lane keep assist and automatic emergency braking. behind.
There’s also a speed limiter, which uses the front-facing camera and navigation system to determine the current speed limit and adjust accordingly, and an Occupy Safe Exit (OSE) warning. people who are in any approaching vehicleor cyclists when they open the car door.
New EV, coming later in the year, there is a QR code on the windshield, in the event of an accident the rescue team can scan to show the location of the vehicle’s battery and airbag – save the fire brigade in 15 minutes.
https://www.independent.ie/life/motoring/car-news/first-look-renault-megane-e-tech-electric-wins-five-stars-for-safety-41425283.html First look: Electric Renault Megane E-Tech wins five stars for safety