To meet the growing demand for EVs, another electric car has entered the Indian automobile industry named Renault Kwid E Tech Electric Car. Now know the complete details about its specification, range, and top speed.
Renault Kwid E Tech Electric Car
Renowned French automaker Renault released a new version of the Renault Kwid on the market. The company has introduced it in the electric version in response to the rising demand for EVs. In addition, this electric vehicle offers a lot of impressive features.
Let us inform you that this electric hatchback is available in the Brazilian market. In addition, several modifications have been made to it in the past.
Renault Kwid E Tech Electric Car Battery and Range
The Dacia Spring is another name for the city K-ZE in European markets. Its 26.8kWh battery pack has a WLTP-certified driving range of 298 km on a single charge. Its front-mounted electric motor has a 44PS power and 125Nm torque rating.
The Dacia Spring has a 30kW DC fast charger that enables it to charge its battery to 80% in under one hour. The battery can be fully charged in 5 hours using a 7.4kW AC wall box charger.
The company claims that when charging an electric vehicle using a fast charger, the battery can cover 190 kilometers in just 40 minutes. It can reach 50 kmph in 4.1 seconds of acceleration.
Features of Renault Kwid E Tech Electric Car
· 0 to 50 kmph in 4.1 seconds
· 7.0-inch touchscreen system
· tire pressure monitoring
· six airbags
· voice recognition
Renault has yet to announce its plans to launch the electrified hatchback officially. At the 2020 Auto Expo, the City K-ZE made its debut next to the Zoe electric hatchback, its older sibling. But no electric cars were seen performing road tests.
Since Renault and Nissan have publicly said they are exploring developing a compact electric hatchback for India, we expect to see the Kwid electric testing on Indian roads very soon. A smaller electric hatchback with a new exterior appearance based on the same CMFA-EV platform may be considered by Nissan. In addition to the compact electric hatchback, Renault and Nissan have confirmed a range of SUVs and other automobiles, including a Nissan MPV built on the Triber platform.