Electric Renault 5 will cost about 25,000 euros
Original Renault 5
The Renault 5 is the rebirth of an iconic model: the original 5. The Renault 5 was introduced in 1972. It was designed as a compact car suitable for city driving. Known for its distinctive, angular design, the original Renault 5 quickly became popular in Europe, thanks in part to its affordability and economy.
In 1984, Renault launched the second generation of the Renault 5, often referred to as the “Supercinq” or “Super 5. This new version had a more modern design and improved technical features, but retained the compact dimensions and essence of the original Renault 5.
Renault 5 Turbo
A notable model in the history of the Renault 5 is the Renault 5 Turbo, introduced in the early 1980s. This high-performance version was considerably different from the standard models, with a mid-engine and rear-wheel drive. It was intended as a rally car and became a legend in the motorsports world.
Renault Clio was the successor
Production of the Renault 5 was discontinued in the early 1990s, after which the Renault Clio took over as Renault’s main small model. Although production ended, the Renault 5 remains beloved by car enthusiasts and collectors and is remembered as one of the most iconic cars of the 20th century.
New electric Renault 5
And so now he is coming back! The unveiling of the all-electric Renault 5 is scheduled for the first quarter of 2024. The Renault 5 will offer a range of up to 400 km for an entry-level price of about 25,000 euros and competes with B-segment hybrid cars.
Renault also says the following: “The car will be equipped with the Reno avatar, a virtual co-pilot brimming with artificial intelligence that learns from its users every day to better anticipate and respond to their needs.”
Also as an Alpine!
There will also be a fast Renault 5, marketed as the Alpine A290. So the Renault 5 Turbo also gets a spiritual successor.