Renault Kwid E-Tech arrives in August costing R$ 142,990 and takes over as the cheapest electric car in Brazil

Valdemar Medeiros
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15-04-2022 11:44:21
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The Renault Kwid E-Tech is about to arrive in the country and promises to steal the title of the cheapest electric car in Brazil from the JAC E-JS1, also gaining prominence for being a totally economical car.

Renault announced this Thursday (14) the launch of its new Renault Kwid E-Tech electric car, an all-electric version of the subcompact that will arrive in August with a value of R$ 142,900. Due to this price, the novelty of the French, which is being imported from China, will take the place of the cheapest electric car in Brazil, which belonged to the JAC E-JS1, which is currently worth R$ 164,900. According to the automaker, the pre-sale of the Renault Kwid E-Tech is starting now, for a value of R$ 999 and the announced price is guaranteed until July, when it can be readjusted.

Renault Kwid E-Tech has a range of 298 km

Kwid E-Tech presentation – Playback/Youtube

The manufacturer will make the cheapest electric car in Brazil available in the Renault on Demand, its subscription program, in plans from 12 to 48 months, in this way, expenses with IPVA, maintenance and insurance are included. In the presentation of the launch, the French automaker highlighted the lower cost of maintenance, compared to the most common versions.

According to the company, for the first three years, revisions are completely free. The warranty is three years, just like the other configurations, while the factory coverage for electric car batteries is 8 years. The automaker also highlighted that the cost per km driven of the Renault Kwid E-Tech is only R$ 0.06, which is a big improvement compared to the R$ 0.48 of the combustion engine version, considering that the Gasoline has an average price of R$ 7.30/L in Brazil.

The electric car has 26.8 kWh batteries, which generates a range of 298 km in urban use and 265 km in the mixed cycle, combining driving in the city and on the road. When recharged from a 20 A and 220V residential socket, the vehicle takes about 9 hours to recover 190 km of autonomy. In terms of performance, the French company claims that the cheapest electric car in Brazil offers 65 horsepower and acceleration from zero to 50 km/h in 4.1 seconds. The vehicle weighs around 977 kg.

Check out the equipment included in the cheapest electric car in Brazil

At a fast charging station, the vehicle can reach 190 km of autonomy in just 40 minutes and, when using a 7 kW Wallbox charger, it takes 2 hours and 50 minutes for the Renault Kwid E-Tech to leave the 15% the 80% of the state of charge.

In addition, the cheapest electric car in Brazil has ECO mode and regenerative braking, essential items to contribute to the reduction of energy consumption of these types of vehicles, mainly in urban use.

The list of standard equipment includes 6 airbags, ABS brakes with Braking Assist System (BRAS), stability control (ESP), reversing camera, hill start assistant (HSA), parking sensor, electric steering, multimedia system. Media Evolution, among other items.

Details that make Kwid E-Tech the cheapest

The Renault Kwid E-Tech is equipped with the Acoustic Vehicle Alert System (AVAS), which emits an audible warning signal to pedestrians until the vehicle reaches 30 km/h.

The automaker also highlights that the electric model has the advantage of having a large part of its components in the combustion version, a point that makes it the cheapest electric car in Brazil due to reduced maintenance costs. In fact, the first 3 revisions of the vehicle cost only half the amount charged by the Kwid with a flex engine.

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Valdemar Medeiros
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