Renault has just revealed the new 4EVER Trophy concept. It’s a new electric SUV inspired by the classic Renault 4 of the 1960s. Read on for all you need to know.
- New Renault 4EVER Trophy concept revealed
- Electric SUV inspired by the original Renault 4
- Rugged design with jacked-up ride height
- Shares parts with forthcoming Renault 5
- Possibly 250 miles of range
- Production version on sale in 2025
New Renault 4EVER Trophy concept design
The Renault 4EVER Trophy is a jacked-up classic Renault 4 for the modern age. It has a boxy design with plenty of black cladding and funky design details.
There are some massive lash-down hoops on the bonnet, as well as a chunky lower bumper. There are no fake grilles to be found here, just a gloss black strip housing the round LED headlights.
The side profile is where you’ll notice the similarities between this and the old Renault 4 thanks to the squared-off front and flat back end. The 4EVER Trophy concept also gets more cladding, as well as a massive roof rack.
Around the back, you have a similar bumper design to the front and some rectangular LED lights that mimic those found on the original Renault 4. This electric SUV looks like it means business, but it’s likely to be toned down when it goes into production. Shame…
New Renault 4EVER Trophy concept batteries
No specifics have been revealed in terms of motors and batteries for the Renault 4EVER Trophy concept but it’s likely it’ll share parts with the forthcoming Renault 5 and Nissan Micra EVs.
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The new Nissan Micra and future Reanult 5 will reportedly have around 250 miles of range. This Renault 4EVER Trophy will be slightly bigger and less aerodynamic than those dinky hatchbacks, so the range may be closer to 240 miles.
Can you buy the new Renault 4EVER Trophy concept?
The Renault 4EVER Trophy is just a concept car for now but it’s likely to be one of the seven new electric cars which Renault has promised to put on sale by 2025.
It’s a bit early to put a price on this car. Given that it’ll be positioned alongside the Renault Captur in the range, a price tag of around £30,000 seems likely.
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