Review: SA-Bound Renault Arkana Hybrid

Posted by on 10 Nov 2022 under Renault Arkana

Renault Arkana Hybrid Coming To South Africa!

Renault Arkana Hybrid Coming To South Africa!

Electrification in the automotive sector is gaining even more traction as global emissions continue to increase. Now, Renault has joined the fray with the Renault Arkana hybrid edition which will likely enter the South African market in 2024.


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Renault E-Tech Engineered Special Edition Comes To Life

Posted by on 28 Jun 2022 under Blog, Electric Vehicles, General, News, Renault, Renault Arkana, Renault Captur, Renault Clio, Renault Megane

Renault Kiger SUV and Renault Triber MPV

Renault’s Kiger and Triber are among top cars in SA

With electric and hybrid vehicles growing in popularity across the globe, Renault has introduced the E-Tech-engineered special edition for the Clio, Captur, Arkana, and Megane electrified derivatives. Unsurprisingly, they’ve used design and style cues of the 100% electric Megane E-Tech for the new E-Tech-engineered special editions.


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The 5-Star NCAP Renault Arkana Is An SUV/Coupe Hybrid

Posted by on 14 Apr 2021 under Electric Vehicles, New Car Launches, News, Renault, Renault Arkana, Renault Captur, Renault Clio

New Renault Arkana

Renault’s Renault Arkana Hybrid

Horse lovers like to say a camel is a horse designed by a committee. A hybrid, in other words. Which is fine until you try and cross the desert on your horse. In cars, a hybrid refers to some kind of petrol/electric drive and a decade ago people called them the worst of both worlds. This is no longer the case, with even Formula One cars now hybrids.


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Renault Makes A Statement With The All-New Arkana Crossover

Posted by on 19 Nov 2018 under Blog, New Car Launches, Renault, Renault Arkana

Renault Arkana Crossover

Renault Arkana Crossover

Earlier this year, at the 2018 Moscow Motor Show, a new addition to the Renault family emerged, known as the Arkana. The French automaker has been in business for more than 115 years and it was only a matter of time before they put their skills to the test producing a coupé-SUV type vehicle. It is underpinned by Renault’s B0 platform already in use with vehicles such as the Renault Captur and Duster.


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