Renault has introduced an E-TECH plug-in hybrid powertrain into two of its most popular cars in the UK: the Captur and the Clio. It gives buyers of this best-selling models more choice than ever with a broad choice of engine and powertrain options, with an E-TECH hybrid version also following in 2021.
The Captur is a strong competitor in the UK. Since it went on sale in 2013, is has become the best-selling Renault model in the country with more than 150,000 sales.
The Clio, Renault’s popular supermini, is the definition of a success story with 30 years of providing excellent value, comfort and enjoyment. More than 650,000 Clios have been sold in the UK in the last 30 years, and the latest Clio is the most advanced yet with a choice of efficient petrol, diesel and hybrid engines, a five-star Euro NCAP crash safety rating and a broad range of well-equipped specifications.
The cars come with a range of petrol, hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains across several trim levels.
Further enhancing the appeal are advanced new E-TECH powertrains, introducing plug-in hybrid power to the Renault range for the first time, with a full hybrid joining the range in 2021.
Debuting advanced technology inspired by the Renault DP World F1 team for energy optimisation and brake regeneration, all models fitted with E-TECH technology offer customers strong performance with low running cost claims the firm.