Renault announces Scenic E-Tech prices, starting at £40,995

Matt Allan

14 Dec 2023

Renault has opened order books for its all-new, all-electric Scenic, with prices for the family SUV starting at £40,995.

The Scenic joins the Megane E-Tech in Renault’s range of zero-emissions family cars, with the first customer deliveries due in May 2024. The announcement comes just after the French brand confirmed it was ceasing sales of the smaller Zoe hatchback

Based on the same underpinnings as the Megane, the Scenic E-Tech uses a single 215bhp motor to drive the front wheels, and offers up to 379 miles of range from its 87kWh battery. It is set to compete with the Volkswagen ID.4, Skoda Enyaq, Nissan Ariya and Toyota bZ4X in the ever-growing electric C-SUV segment.  

The Scenic E-Tech range features three trim levels - techno, esprit Alpine and iconic. Techno grade is priced at £40,995 before options, esprit Alpine costs from £43,495, while range-topping iconic is £45,495.

First customer deliveries due in May 2024

All versions feature full LED lights, automatic air conditioning, heated front seats and steering wheel, a 12.3-inch infotainment system powered by Android Automotive, wireless phone charging, parking sensors and reversing camera, plus a powered tailgate. They also get a pedestrian warning sound developed by electronica pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre.

A standard-fit safety suite includes adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist and centering, autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, and traffic sign recognition. 

Esprit Alpine trim upgrades the techo’s 19-inch alloys to 20 inches and gets sports seats, a fabric dashboard and unique Alpine-inspired detailing throughout the interior. Iconic gets different diamond cut 20-inch wheels, an electric driver’s seat with massage function, real wood inserts in the fabric dashboard, a Harman Kardon sound system, parking assist and 360-degree camera, and the innovative Solarbay panoramic sunroof, which has four electronically-controlled opacity levels.

None of the trim levels features a leather option - part of Renault’s bid to improve the sustainability of the car, which also includes using recycled materials in the seats, steering wheel and floor mats.

None of the trim levels feature a leather option - part of Renault’s bid to improve sustainability

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