Thanks to its goal, its sustainable development strategy and the launch of the Renault strategic plan, the Renault Group and its brands have embarked on a major transformation, moving from a volume race to economic, environmental and social value in order to become carbon neutral in Europe. 2040 and worldwide by 2050

Thanks to its goal, its sustainable development strategy and the launch of the Renault strategic plan, the Renault Group and its brands have embarked on a major transformation, moving from a volume race to economic, environmental and social value in order to become carbon neutral in Europe. 2040 and worldwide by 2050

To help achieve these goals, Renault has unveiled the world premiere of its new one Scenic Vision concept car on the ChangeNOW Summit in Paris. It embodies Renault’s commitment to sustainability and reflects the brand’s plan to decarbonise its entire life cycle.

Unique, singular, plural: an innovative concept car

Renault is writing a new chapter in its history with an innovative concept car that is both innovative and far-sighted. Externally, it portends a future 100% electric family car in the Renault lineup. Inside and technologically it invites you to travel to another time, to a future where technology and innovation will serve a more sustainable and environmentally friendly world.

“All our corporate commitments are not enough if we do not bring them to our cars. That’s why I asked the Renault team to come up with the first concept car that fully embodies our new ESG strategy and its 3 pillars: environment, safety and inclusion. We called it Scénic Vision. Scénic, like our iconic “voiture à vivre”, and Vision because it meets people’s new expectations ”. said Luca de Meo, CEO of Renault Group and Renault brand.

Scénic Vision opens a new path to more sustainable, secure and inclusive mobility. Further and research-based, it embodies the most advanced technological perspectives of decarbonisation and embodies the three pillars of Renault Group’s sustainable development strategy: environment, security and inclusion.

  • Ecodesign and circular economy innovations that include over 70% recycled materialsincluding several closed loops, and 95% is recyclablecontribute directly to resource conservation.
  • His hybrid electric and hydrogen transmission, aims to reduce downtime associated with recharging energy while reducing the carbon footprint, including the battery. Renault Scénic Vision – is zero emissions from production and use with a 75% less carbon footprint than conventional battery electric vehicles.
  • Onboard technologies offer increased security for drivers and passengers, reducing the number of accidents to 70%. The design of this concept car also reflects the desire of the teams to create a unique car available and suitable for everyone.

The Scénic Vision concept car embodies the transformation of Renaulution into a more environmentally friendly technology company. It covers climate issues, resource conservation, user safety and health, and accessibility. This opens a new chapter in the development of our vehicles, designed from design to the end of life, in an ecosystem way. In addition to being a design object, it is a series of tasks that the Group has set for itself and that will be gradually implemented in future generations of cars.

Cléa Martinet, Vice President of the Sustainability Group.

A design that paves the way for new perspectives

The Scénic Vision concept car is the true embodiment of Renault’s Nouvelle Vague and the result of careful design and bold aesthetic choices. Its design predetermines different time horizons for the Renault car line. The look reveals the shape and style of a new family model that will hit the market in 2024. Interior design is a promising study of Renault’s future interiors.

Its hydride electric and hydrogen transmission reflects Renault’s desire to find solutions for all uses and is part of a long-term vision beyond 2030. This design opens the way to new perspectives, a world where machines and people converge to the same values.

“Scénic Vision presents a new chapter in the history of the Renault Group and the brand. This concept predetermines the exterior design of the new 100% electric Scénic 2024 model and the new Renault design language. Interior design is a promising study of Renault’s future interiors. Scénic Vision offers a set of technologies and innovations at the service of more sustainable mobility. ” . said Gilles Vidal, vice president of Renault brand design.

Renault and Jean-Michel Jarre

Jean-Michel Jarre is a pioneer of electronic music. It is innovative, subversive, popular … all the words that connect it with the Renault brand.

Luca de Meo, CEO of Renault Group and Renault brand.

Jean-Michel Jarre is a French composer, performer and producer. Coming from the world of electro-acoustic research, he gave electronic music a popular dimension. Jean-Michel Jarre is an artist as well as an engineer, he constantly linked technology and creation. This is very close to how Renault has always seen innovation.

JMJ has also been actively involved in environmental protection as a UNESCO Ambassador since 1993 (on Environment and Education).

The collaboration with Jean-Michel Jarre began in the early days of Scénic Vision, namely with acoustics and signal processing. The artist teamed up with a team of designers to form a concept car soundtrack, adhering to the idea of ​​“taking care of resources” with a “less – better” approach with only 1 loudspeaker on each door and a sound bubble system. on each headrest.

Scénic Vision is starting a close collaboration with Jean-Michel Jarre. The artist will be an ambassador for the Renault brand and work with teams on future solutions to be included in the product line.

Concern for resources

Ecodesign and short loops

  • 70% of the materials used in the car are recyclable, and more than 95% of the car is recyclable, including the battery.
  • The floor of the vehicle consisted of agglomeration of plastic waste from other sources (milk bottles, plastic tubes, etc.). In general, 30% of plastic vehicles are derived from biological sources. The car fittings are made of recycled carbon from the aviation industry.
  • Short loops are deployed on strategic materials such as platinum, copper, aluminum and steel, as well as on battery minerals
  • The tires are supplied by the GNSPR member manufacturer, which is responsible for the environment and human rights.
  • Leather is discarded and replaced with 100% recycled low-carbon polyester.
  • The fuel cell tank is made of carbon fiber from recycled paper waste

Better air quality

  • Inside: The air filter located in the driver’s door improves the air quality inside the car by filtering the outside air.
  • Exterior: black pigments in the paint are obtained by processing particles trapped in the atmosphere; paint without synthetic pigment, which improves air quality.

Climate care

Best of electricity and hydrogen

  • H2-Tech technology: a hybrid car, electric and hydrogen, equipped with a fuel cell capacity of 16 kW. H2-Tech technology is based on “range expander” technology, which allows you to carry a twice as light battery for the same range, which contributes to decarbonization outside of the car’s electrification. Although this solution is the vision of passenger cars, Renault Group through Hyvia (a joint venture with Plug Power) already offers H2 solutions for passenger cars.
  • In 2030 and beyond, when the network of hydrogen stations becomes wide enough, you will be able to travel up to 800 km – or, for example, 750 km from Paris to Marseilles – without stopping to charge the battery. You will need to stop for just 5 minutes or less to fill the hydrogen tank.
  • In line with already established partnerships, this car has a carbon footprint that is 75% smaller than that of an electric vehicle such as the Megane E-Tech Electric. Its battery is 60% less carbon than its equivalent battery, thanks to the use of short loops and a low-carbon source of minerals, as well as the use of low-carbon energy to assemble and manufacture the battery.

Taking care of people


Full transparency and visibility

  • A camera system built into the front of the car expands the driver’s field of vision by 24% by relaying the immediate environment on a screen located on the dashboard. Thus, the windshield is increased to 180 ° for full and good visibility, and the hood seems transparent.

A new generation of safety and related health: a safety coach

  • The risk assessment interface helps to predict stressful situations at the last minute. It compensates for the possible lack of attention of the driver and gives personalized advice for continuous improvement of driving habits. This interface also gives the driver personalized health advice by analyzing data collected by cameras and connected sensors located inside the cabin (heart rate, fatigue, etc.).


A car that adapts to its user

  • The face recognition system allows you to open the doors and adjust the car settings according to the driver’s profile. This system also offers the ability to adapt driving conditions to possible shortcomings.

Ultra-personalized and inclusive sound space

  • Each seat is equipped with microphones and loudspeakers that provide their own sound atmosphere (radio, hi-fi, voice control), maintaining optimal communication on board. The retransmission of the voice of passengers and the driver and, if necessary, the amplification of their voice facilitates communication between the passengers of the vehicle, in particular when there is a user with a hearing impairment on board.

Increased availability

  • The lack of a pillar between the doors and the flat floor facilitate access for people with disabilities.


  • Length: 4490 mm
  • Width: 1900 mm
  • Height: 1590 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2835 mm
  • Headbands: 21 inches
  • Tires: 235/45 R21
  • Weight: 1700 kg
  • Energy: an electric-hydrogen hybrid
  • Engine: 160 kW synchronous motor with electric excitation
  • Fuel cell: 16 kW
  • Battery: 40 kW / h

SOURCE: Renault

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