Renault Mégane eVision

Renault has uncovered the Mégane eVision idea, based on another, measured CMF-EV stage. The creation form will make a big appearance at some point one year from now. The name you may perceive from a current Mégane arrangement of vehicles, recommending that this will be an all-electric adaptation of the Mégane hatchback. 

While the styling seems as though a people to come, advanced rendition of the Mégane's present plan language, it is still genuinely relatable, particularly when you take a gander at the running light mark at the front and the restricted, associated taillights at the back. Those vertical supports are motivated by the ones on the Morphoz idea as is the plan of the 20-inch streamlined wheels. As you would expect, those lights play out some truly cool activity. 
The idea is done in a silk dim shade called 'Record Gray Matt', while the rooftop is in Gold. The Gold intonations have been applied on the front air admissions, the phrasings, the back guard and on the last 'e' of the Mégane badging too. 

For those who're intrigued to know, the idea estimates 4,210 mm long, 1,800 mm in width and 1,505 mm high. It brags a wheelbase 2,700 mm, which ought to convert into nice lodge space. Concerning the inside itself, it isn't yet prepared to be exhibited. 
Mounted at the front of the stage is a solitary electric engine that offers a little more than 217 hp (160 kW). The 400 V battery pack can hold 60 kWh of energy, and is equipped for up to 130 kW DC quick charging. On the off chance that you're pondering, the vehicle weighs 1,650 kg (3,638 lbs), which I believe isn't unreasonably terrible.