Eight Things to Know About the New Renault Scenic E-Tech Electric

Renault Scenic E-Tech electric Car of the Year 2024

Eight zippy facts about the Renault Scenic E-Tech, Renault’s first fully electric family car

  1. Electric Excellence: Say hello to Renault’s first fully electric family car! The Scenic E-Tech Electric is not just about being green; it’s about redefining family travel with style and sustainability.
  2. Award-Winning Appeal: Crowned as the 2024 Car of the Year in February, the Scenic E-Tech Electric isn’t just a pretty face. It’s a title-holder, much like its ancestor, the 1997 European Car of the Year, Megane Scenic.
  3. Space Odyssey: Developed on the AmpR platform, this electric marvel promises exceptional interior space and on-board features, making road trips a dream and city driving a breeze.
  4. Range Rover: With a range of up to 610km (WLTP) it is perfect for those long journeys. No more range anxiety here!
  5. Speedy Charging: Quick charging up to 150 kW ensures you spend less time plugged in and more time on the road. And with a 545-litre boot, packing for those weekend getaways just got easier.
  6. Trim and Proper: Available in multiple trims—evolution, techno, esprit Alpine, and Iconic—the Scenic E-Tech Electric offers something for every taste and need. Choose between the 60kWh 170bhp version or the 87kWh 220hp powerhouse.
  7. Finance Fun: Renault’s 3.9% APR PCP finance offer is available until September 30th, 2024. Prefer zero interest? Opt for 0% APR HP finance or grab a €1,500 trade-in bonus. Plus, early birds get a €500 Go Anywhere hotel gift card!
  8. Comfort Kings: Enjoy the innovative Solarbay opacifying sunroof and the ‘ingenious’ rear armrest, completing the cabin’s all-comfort package. Your family trips just became ultra-luxurious.



  • 60 kWh 170hp Comfort range: Evolution – €39,995 | Techno – €41,995
  • 87 kWh 220hp Long range: Techno – €48,995 | Esprit Alpine – €51,995 | Iconic – €54,795

July 9th, 2024

Author: Geraldine Herbert

Motoring Editor and Columnist for the Sunday Independent and editor of wheelsforwomen. Geraldine is also a regular contributor to Good Housekeeping (UK), EuroNews and to RTÉ, Newstalk, TodayFM, BBC Radio and Vigin Media. You can follow Geraldine on Twitter at @GerHerbert1

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