Renault at Goodwood

Renault to showcase Kangoo Zero Emission and 1959 electric Renault Dauphine

For this year’s Goodwood, Renault has chosen to concentrate on its zero and low emissions concepts and achievements. The Ondelios concept combines a 205bhp 2.0dCi engine with two 20kW electric motors at the front and rear. Other environmentally friendly features are a regenerative braking system and start-stop technology.

The Kangoo Z.E concept is driven by a 70kW electric motor. It also has low-energy cameras powered by roof-mounted solar panels and low-energy LED’s. Both the Kangoo Z.E and Ondelios will be tackling the Goodwood Hill Climb.

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Citroen will also be exhibiting a 50-year old electric Dauphine, of which only 100 were produced over a two-year period in 1959. The car has a top speed of 40mph and a range of 40 miles on a single charge.

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