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Renault Megane E-Tech 2024: Australian price and specification confirmed for electric SUV


The new Renault Megane E-Tech will be priced from $64,990 and boasts up to 454km of all-electric range on a single charge 

The all-electric Renault Megane E-Tech is almost here, with the brand now confirming full pricing and specifications for its new electric car. 

Debuting with up to 454km of range (WLTP), the E-Tech will come in a sole variant called the Techno EV60 and will be priced from $64,990 before on-road costs. 

The new electric Renault will be powered by a 60kWh usable battery pack and will use a single electric motor with outputs of 160kW/300Nm mounted on the front axle.

This is the new Renault Megane E-Tech electric SUV

The new Megane E-Tech can now be ordered in Australia through the Renault dealer network. 

Chasing Cars spotted the Megane E-Tech eight months ago undergoing local evaluation, but now we have confirmation that the car will arrive in dealerships shortly.  

The Megane E-Tech will compete against other small electric SUV such as the Cupra Born, MG4 and the BYD Atto 3.

The E-Tech will compete with cars such as the Cupra Born in Australia

What standard features will come with the E-Tech?

The following features are standard for the E-Tech in 2024:

  • 20-inch alloy wheels
  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster 
  • 9.0-inch infotainment touchscreen
  • Six speaker sound system
  • Four USB-C ports 
  • Front, rear and side parking sensors 
  • Manually adjustable front seats
  • Adaptive LED headlights 
  • Grey cloth and leatherette upholstery
  • 48-colour ambient lighting  
A 12.3-inch cluster and 9.0-inch touchscreen are standard

What else should you know about Renault’s electric SUV?

The new Megane E-Tech is the first electric Renault to be sold on Australian shores, a significant milestone for the brand. 

Unlike the Megane hatchback, the unrelated E-Tech rides on the dedicated CMF-EV platform – the same architecture that underpins the upcoming Nissan Ariya EV and the Renault Scenic E-Tech. 

Renault Australia says the E-Tech will have a claimed combined consumption of 15.6kWh/100km and will be capable of charging at speeds of up to 130kW DC. 

The E-Tech rides on the same platform as the upcoming Nissan Ariya

How safe is the new Megane E-Tech?

Renault says it has installed several safety assistance features into the Megane E-Tech, including autonomous emergency braking with junction assist, pedestrian and cyclist detection and driver monitoring.

Emergency lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, blind spot recognition and rear cross traffic alert. 

Renault Megane E-Tech 2024: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • Techno EV60: $64,990