Renault Group is developing low-emissions engines (E-TECH Hybrid and gas) to complement its offer of electric vehicles. Exclusively developed by the Group, E-TECH Hybrid reduces the hybrid engine’s fuel consumption by 40% compared with an equivalent internal combustion engine*. Its E-TECH Plug-in Hybrid version delivers a zero-emissions mobility solution. Deploying a range of gas-powered vehicles enables Renault Group to offer solutions for a variety of uses and driving environments, using alternative fuels such as natural gas for vehicles (NGV) and liquified petroleum gas (LPG), which generate less CO2 than gasoline. Emissions from these vehicles can be further reduced by 30% to 100% in some countries, where new decarbonized production methods transform waste.
Biogas-powered light vehicles in Europe and internationally.
Range of vehicles with low-carbon fuel delivery solutions.
Goal: 35% of hybrid vehicle sales under the Renault brand in Europe in 2025.
Deploying new technologies to further reduce hybrid vehicle emissions: connectivity, eco-driving, and a zero-emissions mode to enable access to low emissions zones.
reduction in global well-to-wheel CO2e emissions of a Renault Group vehicle sold worldwide by 2030 (compared with 2019).**
new hybrid models launched in 2021: Renault CAPTUR, Renault ARKANA and Renault MEGANE Sedan.
*Urban driving cycle
**Including the Lada brand