Renault Morphoz Shows The Future Of Electric Crossovers

Today we will introduce a new Renault concept car called Morphoz that paves the way for electric crossovers that will be produced by the French automaker in the future.

The new concept was revealed only one week after we saw official photos of the new DS9; the most luxurious French-made sedan, which is produced by DS Automobile; a subsidiary of the PSA group that owns the French companies Peugeot and Citroen.

Renault was planning to launch this advanced all-electric crossover concept on its platform at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, but the most important auto show in the world was canceled due to concerns over the Coronavirus, thus, the French company had to reveal the car online.

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Combining the advantages of 3 classes of cars; sedans, SUVs, and coupe cars, within a very distinctive futuristic design,  Morphoz was built  on the new CMF-EV chassis, which is specially made for the electric crossovers and electric cars Renault will produce in the future

This new test vehicle comes with many artificial intelligence systems and is also equipped with the third level of autonomous driving systems, the last level allowing a human driver to interfere in the movement of the car on the roads.

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As we mentioned at the beginning, the new concept from Renault is an all-electric car, but they are available in two versions:

The first version is 4.4 meters long, with a wheelbase of  2.73 meters, and it is powered by a 40 kW battery, and it can travel a distance of 400 km / h per charge.

The second version is 4.8 meters long, with a wheelbase of 2.93 meters, which provides additional space to increase the number of batteries. This car has 90 kW batteries, enabling the car to travel a distance of up to 700 km / h per charge.

The electric car has an extendable body that can be switched between two versions.

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