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Unique, singular, plural: an innovative concept car

Renault unveils Scenic Vision, a new chapter in its history with an innovative concept car, which can be considered both a pioneer in the field and a visionary. From the outside, it foreshadows the future 100% electric family vehicle in the Renault range. Internally and technologically, it invites you to travel to another time, into a future where technology and innovation will serve a more sustainable and environmentally friendly world.

Scénic Vision sets a new direction for more sustainable, safe and inclusive mobility. A visionary and explorer, he embodies the most advanced technological decarbonisation perspectives and embodies the three pillars of the Renault Group’s sustainable development strategy: environment, safety and inclusion.

  • Eco-design and circular economy innovations, incorporating over 70% recycled materials, 95% recyclablecontributes directly to the conservation of resources.
  • Its hybrid electric and hydrogen propulsion system aims to minimize downtime due to energy recharging while reducing its carbon footprint. Renault Scénic Vision has zero emissions in production and use, with a carbon footprint 75% lower than a conventional battery electric vehicle.
  • On-board technologies provide increased safety for drivers and passengers, reducing the number of accidents by up to 70%. The design of this concept car also reflects the desire of the teams to create a unique car, accessible and suitable for everyone.

Renault unveils Scenic Vision design

Scénic Vision is a true embodiment of Renault’s “Nouvelle Vague” concept and the result of a thorough design exercise and bold aesthetic choices. Its design foreshadows different time horizons for the Renault range. The exterior reveals the shapes and style of a new family model that will be marketed in 2024. Its interior design is a study that foreshadows the future Renault interior.

Its electric and hydrogen-powered powertrain reflects Renault’s desire to find solutions for all uses and is part of a long-term vision beyond 2030. This design paves the way for new perspectives, those of a world where cars and people converge to the same values.

Resource concern

  • Renault reveals that Scenic Vision will have 70% of the materials used recycled and over 95% of the vehicle is recyclable, including the battery.
  • The floor of the vehicle was composed of agglomeration of plastic debris from other sources (milk bottles, plastic pipes, etc.). Throughout the vehicle, 30% of the plastic comes from biosources. The vehicle’s fittings are made of recycled carbon from the aviation industry.
  • Short manufacturing times are implemented on strategic materials such as platinum, copper, aluminum and steel, as well as battery materials.
  • The tires are from a GNSPR member manufacturer, fully committed to environmental and human rights.
  • The leather is discarded and replaced with 100% recycled polyester with a low carbon content.
  • The fuel cell tank is made of carbon fiber made from recycled waste paper.
  • Interior: Located in the driver’s door, an air filter improves the quality of the air inside the vehicle by filtering air from outside.
  • Outside: The black pigments in the paint come from the processing of particles captured from the atmosphere; a paint without synthetic pigment, which helps to improve air quality.

Concern for the environment

  • H2-Tech technology: a hybrid vehicle, both electric and hydrogen, equipped with a 16 kW fuel cell. H2-Tech technology is based on the range extender technology, which makes it possible to use a battery twice as light for the same range, thus contributing to decarbonisation beyond the electrification of the vehicle. Although this solution is currently only a vision for a car, Renault Group, through Hyvia (joint venture with Plug Power), already offers H2 solutions on commercial vehicles.
  • As a result of the partnerships already in place, this vehicle has a 75% lower carbon footprint than an electric vehicle such as the Megane E-Tech Electric. Its battery consumes up to 60% less carbon than an equivalent battery.

Concern for people

  • Each seat is equipped with microphones and speakers to provide its own audio ambience (radio, hi-fi, voice-assisted driving), while maintaining optimal communication on board. Transmitting the voice of passengers and the driver and amplifying their voice, especially if a hearing impaired user is on board.
  • A facial recognition system allows the door to be opened and the vehicle settings to be adjusted according to the driver’s profile. This system also offers the possibility to adapt the driving conditions to a possible disability.
  • A system of cameras integrated in the front of the vehicle increases the driver’s field of vision by 24% by retransmitting the close environment on a screen positioned on the dashboard. The windscreen is thus enlarged to 180 ° for full and soothing visibility, while the hood looks transparent.
  • A risk assessment interface helps to anticipate last minute stressful situations. It compensates for the driver’s lack of attention and offers personalized advice for the continuous improvement of driving habits. This interface also offers the driver personalized health advice, by analyzing the data collected by the cameras and connected sensors placed inside the cab (heart rate, fatigue, etc.).
  • The absence of a pillar between the doors and a perfectly flat floor facilitates access for people with reduced mobility.

Stechnical specifications

Length: 4,490 mm

Depth: 1,900 mm

Height: 1,590 mm

Wheelbase: 2.835 mm

Wheels: 21 inches

Tires: 235/45 R21

Weight: 1,700 kg

Energy: hybrid electric-hydrogen

Engine: 160 kW synchronous with electric propulsion

Fuel cells: 16 kW

Battery: 40 kWh

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