At the Brussels Auto Show, which opened last month, Renault brought the CLIO and CAPTUR (hybrid domestically known as Kleibin) models with hybrid technology. Among them, CLIO is a traditional hybrid, with a battery pack capacity of 1.2 kWh. Compared with a traditional single internal combustion engine model, its fuel consumption will be reduced by 40%. In pure electric mode, the cruising range under the WLTP mode is 48 kilometers.
Krebin uses a 1.6-liter engine and two electric motors to work together. With the help of a 9.8 kWh battery pack, the pure electric mileage under the WLTP operating condition is 50 kilometers, and the driving mileage under the WLTP urban condition is 65 kilometers. In addition, the new Megane model that debuted yesterday also added a hybrid version.
In terms of autonomous driving, Clio, Krebin, and the new Megana all have L2 assisted driving functions. Renault also said that it is currently developing L4 and L5 autonomous driving functions. For example, it has already conducted self-driving taxi tests on the campus of the University of Sacré in Paris, France, and consumers can use APP to provide related services.
According to official information, Renault plans to launch about 15 models with autonomous driving functions by the end of 2022. Regarding the research and development progress of Renault in this regard, we will continue to pay attention.
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