THE NEW RENAULT ARKANA, THE HYBRID SUV COUPE FOR EUROPE
- The New Renault Arkana, Renault's original SUV coupé is coming in Europe with a hybrid powertrain.
- Endowed with a strong personality, the New Renault Arkana combines driving pleasure, comfort, roominess and distinctive style.
- A multiple hybrid offer, a first in its segment: E-TECH Hybrid 140 hp engine, and two petrol engines (TCe 140 and TCe 160) with 12-volt micro-hybridization.
- A unique R.S. Line version to be sportier and more dynamic.
- The New Renault Arkana will be launched in the first half of 2021.
Very good news for fans: Renault Arkana is coming to Europe!
Renault's athletic and dynamic coupé-style SUV comes to the European market packed with technology, an E-TECH hybrid version and a new R.S. Line trim level with an even more distinctive and dynamic design.
Combining fluidity, elegance and robustness, the New Renault Arkana challenges the traditional codes of the SUV market in Europe, with a design previously reserved for premium brand vehicles. A first for a generalist manufacturer! This new offering, which complements Renault's compact range (Mégane, Kadjar and Scénic), is part of a rapidly growing SUV market worldwide.
The interior of the New Renault Arkana is also aimed at families, both in terms of roominess and load volume. Equipped with one of the largest displays in its category thanks to its two screens, the New Renault Arkana has a high-tech driver's station that emphasizes quality and comfort.
The New Renault Arkana is equipped with a new hybrid offer in its segment with E-TECH Hybrid 140 hp and 1.3 TCe 140 and TCe 160 12V micro-hybrid engines. The E-TECH Hybrid technology, which already equips Clio, Captur and Mégane, is a Renault innovation that has been the subject of more than 150 patents and is based on the Group's experience in electric vehicles and F1.
The New Renault Arkana will be launched in Europe in the first half of 2021.
To find out more about the launch of Arkana in Europe, discover the press kit here
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