The new Mégane is the "true GTI among electric vehicles" (Gran Tourismo).
The Renault CEO raised the ambition to become the leading manufacturer in electric mobility: "We want to be at the top of the podium, we want to show that we are capable of building the best electric cars in the world."
The CEO and the design chief Gilles Vidal gave numerous details about the new electric Mégane based on the CMV-EV platform from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance.
"The Mégane E-Tech Electric is a car for digital natives and electric natives," the Renault CEO continued. He added that 75 percent of users own Android smartphones, which is why they decided to use Google as the operating system for the Megane with the use of Google Maps, among other things.
"With the Mégane E-Tech Electric, we want to prove that electric mobility is fun. We have reinvented the classic sedan in an emotional way, and with this vehicle we will democratize electromobility," De Meo said.