The diamond brand will therefore focus on its C-segment vehicles, spearheaded by the electric Mégane E-tech and its derivatives. Also expected is the Austral SUV, which will compete head-to-head with the formidable Peugeot 3008 and excellent Citroën C5 Aircross.
On the concept car side, we’re expecting the Renault 5 prototype, a stylish electric city car set to replace the Zoé by 2024.
We also discover the reinterpretation of the legendary Renault 4, also electrified. This model would represent a more “practical” vision of the city car, and the production model derived from it will be launched in 2025.
Finally, the Scenic Vision, a concept car with a hydrogen engine, is intended to give hints about the family of tomorrow.
At Dacia we will focus on the brand’s new visual identity, already mentioned by Caradisac, and it will also be an opportunity to discover a little more closely the Jogger, a model that has been on the market for a few months and that has a rather dazzling one advertising start experienced .
Surprises are also to be expected from this brand, which is one of the favorites of French motorists who praise its unbeatable value for money.
Alpine will in all likelihood be displaying its electric-powered A110 E-ternité berlinetta, which Caradisiac has already had the opportunity to slip onto the Castellet circuit.
This car is not intended to be mass-produced but heralds a promising electrified future for the brand. The first Alpine with ions will resemble an SUV.
The brand’s involvement in motorsport, starting with Formula 1, is also emphasized.
Finally, the Mondial will also be an opportunity to learn more about Mobilize, the company that aims to enable Renault to grow from a simple car manufacturer into a global mobility provider, and which in the long term has to put up with up to 20% of the turnover of the Group. In addition, the brand offers in particular an electric sedan exclusively for VTCs, the limo and other atypical machines.
A great commitment to the Mondial on the part of the former Régie, and alongside which visitors can also discover another tricolor production, the Hopium Machina Vision. A model that anticipates a large family sedan with a sporty connotation, powered by a hydrogen-powered electric generator. The future is electric and French industry is determined to play its part.
Where: Paris Exhibition Center, Porte de Versailles
When ? From Tuesday 18 to Sunday 23 October (day reserved for the press on Monday 17)
What hours? From Tuesday 18 to Saturday 22: every day from 9.30am to 10.30pm; Sunday 23 October: 9:30am to 7:00pm
That Try takes place Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
How many ? Two differentiated rates between the week and the weekend for adults (€16 and €20); for children from 7 to 17 years: €8 and €10 (corresponds to a 50% discount).
Free entry for children under 7 years old
As ? Obtain by following this link or by logging in to https://mondial.paris/billetterie. Purchase also possible at the reception in Pavilion 5.1 (depending on the remaining number of places)