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Solid - Glacier white
The Megane Electric's sole free paint option, Glacier White isn't the most exciting colour you can have on the Renault, but it nevertheless suits the car's smart styling quite nicely. Be aware that Glacier White isn't the easiest colour to keep looking crystal clean, and being a solid colour it looks a little flat in comparison with more sparkly and distinctive metallic and pearlescent paintschemes.
Two-tone solid - Glacier white with shadow grey roof
Want to spice up the looks of your Glacier White Renault Megane Electric? You can always opt for a two-tone finish, which in this instance here swaps out the white roof with one painted dark grey. It helps make the already striking Renault a bit more eye-catching, though it's up to you to decide whether it's worth the extra cost over the regular monotone Glacier White finish.
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Two-tone solid - glacier white with diamond black roof
In comparison with the earlier Glacier White two-tone finish, this one replaces the dark grey roof with one painted in metallic black. We'll let you decide which one is nicer, though to our eyes the metallic black is a closer colour match to the car's privacy glass and black exterior trim pieces.
Metallic - Diamond black
The Diamond Black colour on the Renault Megane Electric has a metallic finish, so it has a lovely sparkle to it when the sun's shining bright. Plus, it contrasts nicely with the car's shiny exterior trim pieces and large alloy wheels. Be careful when washing a Diamond Black Megane Electric, though - as with all black car paints, it'll be smothered in unsightly swirl marks if you don't rinse and wax it properly.
Metallic - Shadow grey
It may be officially a grey, but being such a light colour Shadow Grey can at times be confused for a metallic white. Regardless of what colour it looks like, Shadow Grey is an inoffensive colour to paint a car in, so opting for this shouldn't turn away many buyers when the time comes to sell the car on. Of course, being such a bright colour means it'll show up dirt marks very easily, so be prepared for regular washes if you hate seeing grubby car bodywork.
Special solid - Ceramic grey
Ceramic Grey is a lighter shade than Shadow Grey, which means it's even worse at hiding dirt and road grime marks. However, if you're prepared for the regular cleaning needed to keep it looking at its best, Ceramic Grey is a colour worth considering. Not only is it a smart-looking shade of paint, but the brighter hue is good for accentuating the car's scultped bodywork.
Special metallic - Flame red
By far and away the Megane Electric's most flamboyant colour, Flame Red is for buyers who really want their French family hatch to stand out from the crowd. It certainly won't have universal appeal, and it's bad at hiding road grime as well, but if an eye-catching look is what you're after then Flame Red is a paint option you should definitely consider.
Special metallic - Midnight blue
Midnight blue makes a strong case for itself as one of the Megane Electric's classier colours. This paint's deep hue and sparkly finish give it an upmarket look, and being navy blue it's also an inoffensive colour. Do take note that this is one of the Megane Electric's more expensive paint options and, while the dark tone hides dirt and road grime well, the same can't be said of scratches and scuff marks.
Special two-tone solid - Ceramic grey with diamond black roof
Want to spice up your Ceramic Grey Megane Electric's looks a bit? Then you may be interested in the two-tone metallic black option, which retains the white body but paints the roof in the shiny Diamond Black colour. It's a colour combo that works nicely on the Megane Electric and certainly helps it stand out a bit - you'll have to decide if the extra outlay is worth it over the standard Ceramic Grey paint setup.
Two-tone metallic - Diamond black with shadow grey roof
There are more adventurous colour combos out there, but that's not to say mixing Diamond Black with Shadow Grey is a pointless exercise. After all, it strikes a fine line between livening up the looks a little bit, while also not being too avant garde to attract unwanted attention or turn away too many car buyers when the time comes to sell the car on. This colour's main drawback is that it's a bit on the pricey side, and as with all the other Megane Electric's two-tone paint jobs you can't spec it on entry-level cars.
Two-tone metallic - Shadow grey with diamond black roof
As is clear to see, this is an inverse of the previously-mentioned paint option for the Megane Electric - here, the main body is painted grey, and the roof and front pillars are finished in black. We'll let you decide which one is a better fit for the car, but both colour combos work nicely on the Megane Electric, and are worthwhile picks if you want a less obvious colourscheme that also won't attract unwanted attention.
Special two-tone metallic - Flame red with diamond black roof
If the regular Flame Red isn't distinctive enough for you, then you can make it even more eye-catching with a metallic black roof. Some may say this colour combo is a bit OTT for a family hatchback, though it's ideal for buyers who want to have a distinctive-looking Megane Electric. Just be prepared to budget for this paintscheme, as it's one of the most expensive available on the Megane Electric.
Special two-tone metallic - Flame red with shadow grey roof
This is just like the previous paint option, but the black paint is swapped out for a metallic grey - making this colourscheme potentially even more out-there than the red-on-black two-tone setup. It's perfect for making the Megane Electric look as dramatic as possible, but you'll need to spend a hefty sum in order to have your Renault painted in this colour.
Special two-tone metallic - Midnight blue with diamond black roof
Being a mix of two quite dark colours, Midnight Blue with Diamond Black is perhaps the most subtle two-tone paint available on the Megane Electric. This may make it a bit pointless for some, though drivers who want a more restrained two-tone look for their electric Renault may find this one ticks a lot of boxes. The smart bi-tone finish does cost quite the pretty penny, though.
Special two-tone metallic - Midnight blue with shadow grey roof
If the previous colour mix is a bit too subtle for you, then this combo could be more what you're after. Much of the car is still painted in navy blue, though the grey finish on the pillars and roof does stand out a bit more here in comparison with the metallic black. Of the two bi-tone Midnight blue colours on the Megane Electric, this one makes more sense if you want two colours that stand out from each other - but both will be just as pricey to specify on your car.