Renault confirmed on Wednesday (19) that it will present its new electric concept car at the 2020 edition of the Geneva Motor Show, scheduled to start next March 5, in Switzerland. The model will be the main novelty of the brand for the event, but other launches are also planned.
Named Morphoz, Renault's new electric car has had very little information released by the French automaker so far, which is presenting it as the “machine that will illustrate the vision of the mobility company of tomorrow”.
Described by the company as a “modular model”, the Renault Morphoz had only one image officially revealed (see below), which actually only shows the name of the vehicle, arousing the market's curiosity around the car that promises to give a new face to the urban mobility.
This is the only official image released by the brand about the new model. (Source: Renault / Disclosure)
According to the automaker, it adapts to the needs, desires and personal uses of each one, serving as the basis for a new line of electric cars from the manufacturer, which will arrive at dealerships in the coming years, bringing several alternatives to the growing market of cars with zero emission of pollutants.
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In addition to Morphoz, the brand based in France will take seven other novelties to the event in Geneva, in a 100% electrified stand. One of the premieres already confirmed is the New Twingo ZE, which will make its world premiere at the show.
Among the scheduled launches are also the Kangoo ZE Concept, intended for the corporate segment, and the ecological versions of the Captur, Clio and Mégane Estate cars, equipped with the new hybrid engine E-TECH.
Another highlight with a presentation scheduled for the fair is the first 100% electric car from Dacia, a subsidiary of Renault, which is being publicized by the automaker as the most affordable electric-powered urban model on the market – the value should be below 20 thousand euros, according to speculation.
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