The brand new Renault Arkana has a design that is found only in the premium brands and the model complements Renault's strong product line-up in the C-Class. And just like Kadjar and Megane, Arkana has received the maximum 5-star rating in crash tests from the independent organization EuroNCAP.
In addition to a design that guarantees maximum passive safety, Arkana is equipped with the latest generation of active safety systems like ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), motorway traffic assistant, sign recognition, blind spot warnings, lane departure warning, Active Emergency Braking (allows the car to brake for cyclists and pedestrians if the driver does not have time to react).
In addition, Renault Arkana is equipped with a 360-degree camera, 100% LED headlights and a rearview mirror. The Arkana interior is characterized by spaciousness and practical solutions.
The Renault Arkana is launched in three different engine variants, most important is the 140 Hp E-TECH Hybrid. In the city, with the E-TECH hybrid engine, you can drive 80% of the time on pure electricity; which means up to 40% lower consumption, compared to a similar petrol engine without hybrid technology. The E-TECH Hybrid technology is already available in Renault Clio, Renault Captur and Renault Megane. In addition to lower consumption, hybrid technology means quieter driving and increased comfort as well as better acceleration.
The E-TECH Hybrid technology is an exclusive Renault invention and it's based on Renault's experience in Formula 1.
Following the Megane E-TECH Electric and Arkana, Renault has unveiled the new Renault Austral SUV, the first in a series of new small SUVs in the C-segment. The model is...read more
Unveiled last year in the form of a concept car, the first SUV Coupé from Renault is concretized by revealing its final design for the Russian market. Renault has officially unveiled the new...read more
Renault Captur is official although for the price we will have to wait for a new announcement. The E-TECH plug-in hybrid engine will be the basis for 12 electrified models...read more
Renault Captur is quietly pursuing his career, waiting for his second generation to be released in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Until then the French brand is unveiling a special ...read more
The new Renault Trafic Passenger and Renault Trafic SpaceClass stand out in terms of appearance with a completely redesigned front, an updated LED light signature...read more
The first major novelty of the 2020 Audi Q5 range is the introduction of mild hybrid technology within its 2.0 TDI engine. Thanks to MHEV technology, the engine evolves and will be available in...read more