Renault will put to work the CMF-EV platform from next year when theoretically we will enjoy a new electric crossover with high autonomy.
For the Geneva Motor Show (which has not been held for reasons that are already common) Renault has prepared an interesting concept called Morphoz.
In addition to the attractive design, Morphoz boasts an adjustable wheelbase depending on how many batteries it receives between decks. If you want to keep it in the city, you opt for the smaller package, good for the urban environment. When you want to go out of town, go to the special charging station, put on your extra battery and enjoy plenty of autonomy.
All this sounds good, but futuristic, at least for now. Important to note is the CMF-EV platform, which will serve several electric models that will complement the Renault range in the coming years.
Renault Morphoz is an electric crossover; Captur's electric counterpart, if you will; or the larger, more spacious crossover version of Zoe.
The future urban crossover from Renault could have a range of up to 600 kilometers and it will be around the price of $37,000.
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