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The New Clio embodies Groupe Renault’s vision of future mobility which is autonomous, electric, and connected. For example, it has one of the most modern and comprehensive driving assistance systems on the market, including the Highway and Traffic Jam Companion – a first step towards self-driving vehicles. Fitted with 9.3” screen and combined with the launch of the Renault EASY CONNECT connected offering, it also benefits from extensive multimedia extras.
Also, for the first time, the Clio range now comes with a ‘full hybrid’ E-TECH engine. In addition to motor engines, it is the perfect embodiment of synergies that lie at the heart of the strategy between Groupe Renault – pioneer and European leader in electric mobility – and its Alliance partners. Thanks to split-second responsiveness when starting and accelerating, it offers an experience and driving pleasure beyond compare with other hybrid city cars on the market.
Combine efficiency with driving pleasure
 The hybrid engine on the New Clio E-TECH 140 hp offers maximum efficiency and unparalleled dynamic responsiveness when being driven; a success story marked by a jump from 80 to 120 kph in just 6.9s. Regenerative braking – like that of an electric vehicle – combined with the high battery charging capacity and efficiency of the E-TECH system help optimise energy. In fact, 80% of the time spent on city roads is in all- electric mode, for a consumption saving of up to 40% compared with an internal combustion engine in the urban cycle. In all-electric mode, the New Clio can travel up to 70-75 kph.



All hybrid devices represent an additional weight of no more than 10 kilos compared to a dCi 115 engine. In 2 mixed cycle, New Clio E-TECH is with CO2 emissions less than 100g/km (WLTP values) . As such, it remains true
to its 30-year long track record of being a versatile car.


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Ma sarà automatica o manuale?

Perchè dichiarano un 80-120 in 6.9s


p.s. si sono affannati a dire che ha lo schermone, ma che trasmissione monta no.

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Some critics have complained that the 4C lacks luxury. To me, complaining about lack of luxury in a sports car is akin to complaining that a supermodel lacks a mustache.

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6 minuti fa, TonyH scrive:

Ma sarà automatica o manuale?

Perchè dichiarano un 80-120 in 6.9s


p.s. si sono affannati a dire che ha lo schermone, ma che trasmissione monta no.




Vedo una "P" e una "R", quindi automatica.

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  • Beckervdo changed the title to Renault Clio 1.6 E-Tech Hybrid 2020
11 minuti fa, mmaaxx scrive:




Vedo una "P" e una "R", quindi automatica.



18 minuti fa, TonyH scrive:

Ma sarà automatica o manuale?

Perchè dichiarano un 80-120 in 6.9s


p.s. si sono affannati a dire che ha lo schermone, ma che trasmissione monta no.


Ha cambio meccanico elettroattuato a quattro rapporti a innesti frontali privo di frizione e di sincronizzatori.

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4 ore fa, SolidSnake scrive:

Pare che non riesca neanche a scendere sotto i 95g di CO2, è una mezza follia pagare multe per un'auto ibrida, e chissà quanto costerà al cliente. Secondo me la soluzione migliore per il segmento A e B è quello di FCA e Suzuki.


Parliamo comunque di un mezzo da 140 CV a benzina ed automatico. 


Diciamo che compenseranno le emissioni con la Captur Plug-In che usa lo stesso sistema e tutte le altre vetture, anche di segmento superiore, che lo adotteranno .

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