The Renault Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric goes official, starts selling in the spring of 2022

4 November 2021, 02:10:43

The Renault Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric goes official, starts selling in the spring of 2022Set to be shown to the public for the first time on November 16th at the Solutrans car show in Lyon, the all-new Renault Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric is making headway across the board. It is the culmination of more than 10 years of know-how that Renault has been fostering in the field of electric vehicles.

Thanks to its new lithium-ion battery with a fully usable capacity of 45kWh, the all-new Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric boasts a range of up to 300 km in the WLTP cycle. As such, mini-van drivers have peace of mind when going about a full day of work trips, for an unbeatable price to own and run. The battery, located under the vehicle floor, has no impact on the cargo area capacity.

The battery takes 3 h 50 min to go from 15% to 100% charge when plugged into a 11 kW wallbox and less than 6 hours on a 7.4 kW wallbox. The standard model features an 11 kW three-phase chameleon charger, suitable for all types of household charging setups. Optional chargers include the 22 kW chameleon charger for rapid charging on public terminals and the 80kW rapid-charge DC charger that can recuperate 170km of range (WLPT cycle) in 30 minutes. With the two optional chargers, the battery is fitted with liquid cooling capabilities.

The air conditioning system comes fitted with a heat pump. When paired with the 22kW charger, heat is taken from the air around the vehicle to warm the passenger compartment without using an electrical resistor that consumes energy. The heat pump performs best when the ambient temperature is between -15°C and +15°C, a very common range for the cold seasons in most European countries. The vehicle features a heated windscreen, front seats, and steering wheel as optional extras.

The vehicle comes equipped with a 90 kW motor boasting 245 Nm of immediately available torque for a smooth and stress-free driving experience in all circumstances. The Eco mode that caps the vehicle's power output and top speed helps optimize the overall range and is best used when carrying a light load. The electric motor and charging units for the All-New Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric are all manufactured at Renault's Cleon factory in Normandy.

The driver can also choose between three regenerative braking regimes: On the all-new Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric, conventional hydraulic braking is assisted by an ARB system (Adaptive Regenerative Brake System), which maximizes the amount of recovered energy regardless of the selected braking regime.

The range of drive modes and braking regimes means drivers can choose between six different driving modes for optimal comfort and range according to their specific vehicle use and traffic conditions. Information pertaining to the selected driving mode, electric power management, and ADAS are displayed on a fully customizable, optional, 10-inch, colour, digital instrument panel.

The All-New Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric also boasts the same haulage and traction capacity as its ICE cousin – storage volume up to 3.9 cu.m (4.9 cu.m. in the yet-to-be-released long format), 600 kg of payload (800kg in the long format), and 1500 kg of towing capacity. The All-New Kangoo Van E-TECH Electric will be sold throughout Europe starting in spring 2022.

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