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      La Kangoo de batalla larga para pasajeros, llamada combispace se deja ver.



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        Prueba de la variante electrica por parte de caradissiac

        Nota: 14.4/20

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              Renault lanza un teaser de la versión de batalla larga con el concept Motel Hippie Caviar.

              Se presenta el 19 de Septiembre.

              El Concept se basa en la Kangoo L2 E-Tech Electric y está diseñado con materiales reciclados, este showcar encaja fácilmente en grandes espacios naturales.

              Fuente: Renault

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                Hippie Caviar?


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                  Hippie pero no mucho.

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                    La Townstar eléctrica ya tiene precio en Alemania

                    Versión Base Acenta N-Connecta Tekna
                    Townstar EV 33.750 € 36.700 € 39.200 € 41.750 €

                    Precios vigentes desde Agosto / 2022 sin incluir descuentos u otras promociones



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                      Y ahora el precio en España

                      • 120 CV Profesional 2 plazas 29.972 €
                      • 120 CV Profesional 3 plazas 30.199 €
                      • 120 CV Comfort 2 plazas 31.330 €
                      • 120 CV Comfort 3 plazas 31.556 €
                      • 120 CV Premium 2 plazas 32.914 €



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                          Kangoo Combispace e-tech

                          Motor: 122cv

                          Bateria: 45kWh

                          Autonomia: 285km

                          Frenadas regenerativas

                          • Modo regenerativo limitado para carretera y autopista, con una conducción sosegada
                          • Modo Drive B2, regenerativo por defecto de uso polivalente
                          • Modo Freno B3, regeneración máxima para atascos y en el descenso de pendientes


                          • De serie 11 kW
                          • Opcional 22 kW

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                            Nota de prensa, en inglés

                            All-New Renault Kangoo E-Tech Electric, the plugged-in Combispace

                            • 25 years after inventing the ludospace (leisure activity vehicle segment) with its design in a class by itself, Renault Kangoo is going electric with its E-Tech version
                            • This new electric version provides record-breaking roominess and loading space suited to professional and private customers’ needs alike
                            • Its 90 kW (120 hp) engine combined with a 45 kWh battery gives it a 285 km range (WLTP)
                            • Renault Kangoo E-Tech Electric will be revealed in world premiere on October 17 at the Paris Motor Show

                            25 years after ushering in the ludospace age with an unrivalled, practical design – including a sliding side door for the first time ever –, Renault Kangoo has stayed true to its genes, pioneering and plugged into its day.

                            Kangoo is also a success story: Renault has sold 4,4 million of them in 50 countries around the planet. It’s the best of both worlds: a car for families with an elegant design plus plenty of space inside, and a vehicle for professionals with a generously-sized boot and sturdy build.

                            After non-stop upgrading and trailblazing over the years, Renault Kangoo is now available in an E-Tech Electric version for the first time in its history.


                            All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric comes with all the practical features, safety and comfort equipment, as the combustion version:

                            • A comfortable second row and more roominess than any other vehicle in its category: three proper places that comfortably seat three adults, and an air nozzle treating all passengers at the back to optimal comfort
                            • More than 49 litres of storage space including the Easy Life drawer
                            • An ample 850 litre boot, the best in its category, and the possibility of expanding it to 2,500 litres with the sliding second row bench (exclusively on All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric)
                            • Innovative roof bars, which you can adjust without using tools, so you never run out of space and can carry practically anything
                            • 14 driver assistance systems, including Level 2 automation, for added safety

                            Outside, Kangoo still has its horizontal ribbed bonnet and strikingly vertical front, with a grille housing the charging outlet behind the logo.

                            Like the combustion version, the inside includes the new dashboard (with a dark brushed wood finish in some versions). The cockpit is comfortable and the driver’s seat more ergonomic. The only change is the in dashboard, which displays the E-Tech information.

                            The new lithium-ion battery has 45 kWh of fully usable capacity, and comprises 8 standalone and easily repairable modules. All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric can drive up to 285 km (WLTP cycle), which is plenty for most everyday requirements and shrinks cost of ownership and use to new lows.

                            The batteries come with an 8 year or 160,000 km warranty. Before that, Renault will replace them free of charge is their capacity drops under 70% of their nominal capacity (SoH).

                            All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric comes with a 90 kW motor delivering 245 Nm of instantly available torque for smooth driving and peace of mind in any circumstances. An Eco mode limiting the vehicle’s maximum speed (110 km/h) and power (56 kW) optimises its range.

                            The driver can choose among three regenerative braking modes:

                            • Sailing (B1 on the display): limited regeneration, for driving on motorways and expressways
                            • Drive (B2): default regeneration for use in a variety of situations; the effect when you lift your foot off the accelerator is similar to that in a vehicle with a combustion engine
                            • Brake (B3): maximum regeneration for use in traffic jams or on mountain roads

                            Truth be told, Kangoo E-Tech Electric is even slightly ahead of its combustion sibling.

                            The conventional hydraulic braking system comes with an ARBS (Adaptative Regenerative Brake System), which maximises energy regeneration.

                            The various combinations of traction and braking modes provide the driver with 6 options to optimise convenience and range according to how they use the vehicle and the driving conditions.

                            The information about the selected driving mode, electric power management and driver assistance systems is displayed on a 10 inch all-digital colour display that can be fully tailored (available as an option).

                            To provide the most range all year, All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric has a dual-zone air conditioning system powered by a heat pump. The pump heats the air in winter and cools it in summer, using the same principle as reversible air conditioners. The heating system harvests calories outside and transfers them inside, whereas the cooling system removes calories from the passenger compartment and releases them outside it.

                            The heat pump’s efficiency is optimal between -15°C and +15°C. Besides first-class thermal comfort, it maintains the vehicle’s range – adding up to 30 km more WLTP range!

                            Lastly, All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric can come with a heating windscreen, steering wheel and seats. These options provide even more comfort using only a marginal amount of power from the battery.

                            All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric comes with a choice of 2 onboard battery charging systems:

                            • An 11 kW 3-phase AC charger for household use
                            • A 22 kW AC fast charger allowing you to go from 5% to 80% in 2h30 and an 80 kW DC charger allowing you to recover 170 km in about 30 minutes

                            This full choice of charging systems is designed to cover the needs of all All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric users.

                            A storage box, foldable and very practical, receives the various cables (the mode 3 charging cable and the optional flexicharger allowing connection to a household or greenup socket) in the boot.

                            Plugged into an 11 kW public charging point, All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric’s battery will top up from 15% to 80% in 2 hours 40 minutes; on a on a 7.4 kW wall box, it will do so from 15% to 100% in less than 6 hours.

                            Combined with the 22 kW charger, the battery has a liquid cooling system and a resistance heating system that keep the temperature at the right level to avoid affecting range and to shorten charging times.

                            Lastly, via the MyRenault smartphone app or Renault Easy Link multimedia system, All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric comes with specific services including:

                            • Scheduled battery charging and remote battery status monitoring
                            • Scheduled passenger compartment pre-heating or pre-cooling
                            • A charging point locator for your route
                            • The destinations you can reach with the battery’s remaining charge

                            All-new Renault Kangoo E-Tech Electric is available in three versions, built around customers’ precise wants and needs:

                            • Authentic, with the essential equipment that authorities need or for customers who want a vehicle they can use at work and after work
                            • Equilibre, for communities that want to offer an environmentally-friendly transport service that passengers find comfortable and saves money
                            • Techno, for families or self-employed professionals who want all the comfort and safety they can get, plus the distinctive design

                            All-New Kangoo E-Tech will be revealed at Paris Motorshow on the 17th of October. Customers can place orders starting November, and deliveries will arrive at the early begin of 2023.

                            You may watch Renault press conference, on Monday the 17th of October at 08:45 am on https://events.renault.com/en/ .


                            Renault’s plant in Maubeuge, northern France, has been manufacturing Kangoo vehicles for the world since 1997.

                            This plant, along with the ones in Douai and Ruitz, make up the new ElectriCity hub, Europe’s largest and most competitive electric vehicle production centre. Renault plans to build 480,000 EVs there by 2025.

                            To manufacture All-new Kangoo car and van versions, and vehicles for its partners Mercedes and Nissan, all the while ensuring production quality standards remain at the highest level, Renault has invested €450 million in this facility and set up a new battery assembly workshop in it.

                            All-new Kangoo E-Tech Electric’s motor and chargers are made at Renault’s plant in Cléon, Normandy.

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                                  800 litros de maletero son muchos litros, muy apañao les ha quedado!

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                                    Caradisiac prueba el Kangoo 1.3 tce EDC


                                    Chiffres clés *

                                    Longueur : 4,48 m
                                    Largeur : 1,86 m
                                    Hauteur : 1,80 m
                                    Nombre de places : 5 places
                                    Volume du coffre : 775 l / NC

                                    Boite de vitesse : Auto. à 7 rapports
                                    Carburant : Essence
                                    Taux d’émission de CO2 : 154 g/km
                                    Malus : 1386 €
                                    Date de commercialisation du modèle : Avril 2021

                                    * pour la version III 1.3 TCE 130 EDC TECHNO.

                                    Le bonus / malus affiché est celui en vigueur au moment de la publication de l’article.





















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                                      teaser del Mercedes EQT



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                                        PRESENTADO! Y viene con la variante conceptual Marco Polo

                                        Motor: 90kw (120cv)

                                        Bateria: 45kWh

                                        Autonomia: 282km

                                        Precio en Francia: desde 45000€

                                        A la venta a final de año

                                        Contrairement aux autres véhicules de la gamme EQ, le ludospace n'adopte pas de calandre pleine ornée d'étoiles.

                                        La prise de recharge est logée à l’avant, derrière le logo de la marque.

                                        De série, l’EQT s’équipe de jantes alliage de 16 pouces. Le ludospace est disponible dans dix teintes différentes, dont six métalliques.

                                        Pour gagner de la place et du volume de chargement, les huit modules de la batterie sont installés dans le soubassement.

                                        La planche de bord marie des éléments typiques de Mercedes et d'autres provenant de chez Renault comme les molettes de la climatisation.

                                        Mercedes a profité de l'occasion pour dévoiler son concept EQT Marco Polo. Un ludospace aménagé pour vivre en mode "Vanlife".

                                        Un an après sa présentation sous la forme d'un concept, Mercedes dévoile la version de série de son EQT.

                                        Le Mercedes EQT Marco Polo arrivera sur le marché au second semestre 2023. Il sera basé sur la version longue de l'EQT.

                                        L'air de famille avec le Renault Kangoo est flagrant. Seule la face avant différencie clairement les deux véhicules.

                                        Pour faciliter l'accès aux places arrière, l'EQT dispose de deux portes coulissantes.

                                        Le module Marco Polo débarquera en même temps que la version classique du Mercedes EQT.

                                        La table peut être fixée entre la banquette arrière et les sièges avant. Elle peut également s'extraire du véhicule grâce à un second pied.

                                        Le Mercedes EQT Marco Polo offre un niveau d'équipements plus complet que le module. Son toit relevable dévoile une couchette de 1,97 x 0,97 m.





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                                          Nota de prensa, en inglés

                                          Electrified camping in the new Small Van from Mercedes-Benz celebrates its premiere

                                          Mercedes-Benz Vans has firmly anchored its leadership aspirations for electric mobility in its strategy and is systematically electrifying all model series. This includes a range of industry-specific electric mobility solutions – also for the camper van industry. With the Concept EQT Marco Polo1 the brand with the star is providing a preview of the new, fully electric and fully fledged micro camper van based on the EQT, which is equipped with numerous innovations for the segment. The series version is expected to be presented in the second half of 2023. The Mercedes-Benz EQT (power consumption combined (WLTP): 18.99 kWh/100 km; combined CO2 emissions (WLTP): 0 g/km)[1],[2], which is also a product innovation in its own right and will soon be available to order, is a small van that combines the variability and high-quality equipment level of the T-Class – its conventionally powered sister model – with the advantages of an all-electric drive. In the near future, the Marco Polo Module[3] a first, practical camper solution for fully electric short trips with the EQT will be available.

                                          “For us, the future is electric – regardless of the size or purpose of a van. The latest proof of this strategic direction is our new EQT with all-electric drive. With the Marco Polo Module, we also have a first, simple solution for the all-electric camping trip on offer in the near future. In the second half of 2023, we plan to expand our range even further with a fully-fledged and also fully-electric micro camper. The Concept EQT Marco Polo already gives a glimpse of the upcoming series production vehicle. As the name suggests, we are expanding our Marco Polo family with both products, based on the EQT,” says Klaus Rehkugler, Head of Sales Mercedes-Benz Vans.

                                          Innovative highlights: New fully fledged micro camper van with all-electric drive ex factory

                                          The Concept EQT Marco Polo1 is based on the long-wheelbase EQT variant[4]. The near-production concept vehicle provides a first glimpse of the new, all-electric and fully-fledged micro camper with the star, which is currently still in development. The equipment of the Concept EQT Marco Polo1 includes a pop-up roof with a roof bed. Thanks to a scissor design, the pop-up roof can be raised easily with a slight angle of inclination to the vehicle roof. This means that the Concept EQT Marco Polo1 offers enough space in the rear to stand upright. In addition, the pop-up roof can be opened all around or in window form with a zip on the rear for that typical camping sense of freedom. The roof bed has a sleeping area that measures 1.97 metres by 0.97 metres. A point-elastic disc spring system, among other things, ensures a high level of sleeping comfort.

                                          In the rear there is a further folding sleeping facility measuring 2 metres by 1.15 metres. Directly in the second row of seats behind the driver’s seat, there is an element with a recessed washing facility and a likewise recessed 16-litre compressor refrigerator box. Directly docked to it is one of two bench seats. Another seat is located on the left side of the vehicle in the interior (facing the rear cockpit). The drawer system built in here offers sufficient storage space for camping accessories. There is also an induction hob and a drawer that can be pulled out of the vehicle interior with a flexible removable gas cartridge cooker, so that there are two options for cooking. On the right-hand side of the vehicle in the interior (looking towards the rear cockpit) is a fold-out table which is also electrically height-adjustable. In addition, further stowage compartments are incorporated.

                                          All furniture units in the interior can be removed easily by two people in less than 5 minutes. This means that the all-electric micro camper van can also be used as an everyday vehicle if required. With its height of less than two metres, it can also easily enter all conventional garages, multi-storey car parks and car washes in the future.

                                          The furniture of the Concept EQT Marco Polo1 is not only functional, but also fits seamlessly into the high-quality interior of the new EQT. The design, for example, takes up the seating concept of the electric Small Van: like the seats, the kitchen, bench and bedroom elements are also done in Artico Microcut. The panelling of the furniture fronts, meanwhile, is finished in Avola cherry wood by way of contrast. Ambient lighting in the joint areas creates the right atmosphere. There is also a dark roof liner and LED lighting in the upper bed area. In total, the vehicle covers 7 USB ports, one of them being in the pop-up roof area and two in the living area of the micro camper van.

                                          The future long-wheelbase version of the EQT, which has been used as the basis for the concept car, is painted in chromite grey metallic with contrasting elements in black gloss. These include the black-painted chrome trim at the front and rear and the special 19-inch diamond-cut wheels. The beige colour tone of the pop-up roof can be found in other elements of the vehicle – like for example the sun sail. Reddish accents on the boot and rim, among other things, bring colour into play.

                                          Another eye-catching feature in the Concept EQT Marco Polo1: the solar panel[5] on the pop-up roof. This and an additional, removable battery unit allow the camping unit to be self-sufficient in energy for a certain period of time and conserve the range. The additional battery is stored in a drawer in the seat during use – but can be easily removed for recharging and charged, for example, at the socket in one’s own flat or house, or even at the campsite. Other highlights include the sun awning, which is attached to the side of the vehicle, and an innovative blackout system for the rear windows. These can be coloured at the touch of a button. Curtains or roller shutter systems are a thing of the past in the concept car.

                                          “A new spin on the classics”: Camping pleasure in no time at all with the Marco Polo Module

                                          With the Marco Polo Module, which can be flexibly installed and removed and will be available for the new EQT with a short wheelbase5, among others, Mercedes-Benz is offering a first practical solution for basic camping requirements in the near future. With the standard bed and optional kitchen unit – both classic solutions for the small van segment in the camping environment – the EQT becomes a simple travel companion in no time at all.

                                          The bed unit offers a 2 metre by 1.15 metre sleeping surface. A point-elastic disc spring system and a ten-centimetre-thick mattress ensure ergonomic lying comfort right up to the edges. When needed, the bed frame can be pulled out forwards and the mattress folded out. While on the move, the bed frame with folded mattress is in the load compartment. The rear seats can then be used without restriction. The standard equipment for high sleeping comfort also includes manually attachable blackout elements for the window panes and a ventilation grille with insect protection that can be clamped between the panes and the frame. Also standard are two window pockets between the C-pillar and D-pillar for smaller items.

                                          The optional kitchen unit is based on a drawer system. It includes a sink with a 12-litre water tank, a 15-litre compressor refrigerator box and a flexible removable gas cartridge cooker. Further drawers provide space for cutlery, crockery and food supplies. In addition, two camping chairs and a table are available in combination with the optional kitchen unit. The table comes with two different feet. This means it can be placed outdoors as well as attached to the centre console inside the EQT – a first in the segment.

                                          If the bed or kitchen unit is not needed, thanks to its light weight, it can be installed and removed in a few easy steps and in a short time. When attached, it is fixed to the lashing eyelets in the luggage compartment.

                                          The entire Marco Polo Module has a stylish, clean design and the colour anthracite. As a result, it blends in perfectly with the high-quality interior of the all-electric small van. In addition, the Mercedes star and lettering show the clear affiliation to the brand.

                                          The Marco Polo Module can be ordered directly from Mercedes-Benz branches and dealers in the near future.

                                          The new Mercedes-Benz EQT: the basis for innovative camping solutions and much more

                                          The new EQT not only forms the basis for the Concept EQT Marco Polo1 and the Marco Polo Module, but also offers families as well as recreationally active people and camping fans an attractive entry into the fully electric world of the brand with the star. The electric small van will be available for order in the near future. Prices start at around 49,000 euros[6] for the EQT with 90 kW e-motor and standard length.

                                          Thanks to the Black Panel radiator grille with central star and dynamically designed cooling louvres, the new EQT is instantly recognisable as a member of the Mercedes-EQ family. The electric small van combines compact exterior dimensions with ample space. At the same time, thanks to the protected, space-saving installation of the battery in the underbody, with a favourably low centre of gravity, it offers almost the same variability and functionality in the interior as the conventionally powered T-Class. The EQT is 4498 millimetres long, 1859 millimetres wide and 1819 millimetres high[7]. A long-wheelbase variant will follow in 2023.

                                          Just like the T-Class, the new EQT offers many advantages that make everyday life easy and comfortable for families and the recreationally active. These include the low loading sill of only 561 millimetres, which makes it easier to load heavy objects. The sliding doors on both sides of the vehicle each offer an opening measuring 614 millimetres wide and 1059 millimetres high. This allows convenient access to the rear, and loading can be done flexibly from three sides, including the tailgate. There is room for up to three child seats on the rear bench seat.

                                          Modern electric motor

                                          At the market launch, an electric motor with a peak output of 90 kW (122 hp) and a maximum torque of 245 Newton metres is available. The lithium-ion battery sits in a crash-protected location in the underbody in front of the rear axle and has a usable capacity of 45 kWh. At work, at home or at public charging stations, the EQT can be conveniently charged at 22 kW with alternating current (AC) using the onboard charger. It is even faster at rapid charging stations using direct current (DC), depending on the SoC (State of Charge) and the temperature of the high-voltage battery. The EQT is equipped with an 80 kW DC charger, the charging time will then be 38 minutes from 10-80 percent[8]. The EQT is charged in the front under the Mercedes star, which is practical and convenient, especially when charging in the city in tight parking situations. A CCS charging plug as well as CCS charging cable is also included as standard for AC and DC charging in the EQT.

                                          Sustainable business strategy covering the full life cycle

                                          Mercedes-Benz Vans has firmly anchored its leadership aspirations for electric mobility in its strategy, and is systematically electrifying all model series. Today, customers, fleet operators and bodybuilders can already choose from four battery-electric models: the eVito panel van, the eSprinter, the eVito Tourer and the EQV. With the EQT, the electric portfolio will now be extended to the small van segment in the near future. When it comes to eCamper vans, Mercedes-Benz Vans has so far mainly worked with partners in the classic dual-invoice business. This currently applies primarily to the EQV and eVito midsize vans. In the near future, Mercedes-Benz will also be increasingly addressing the trend towards eCampers ex works.

                                          In addition, as part of its sustainable business strategy “Ambition 2039”, Mercedes-Benz Vans is pursuing the goal of making the fleet of new private and commercial vans CO₂-neutral in balance sheet terms across the entire value chain by 2039 – from development to the supplier network, own production, electrification of products, renewable energies for the use phase of electric vehicles, and recycling. To achieve this ambitious goal, Mercedes-Benz is investing a further 40 billion euros in the development of battery-electric vehicles by 2030. From the middle of the decade, all newly launched Mercedes Benz vans will be exclusively electric. To this end, Mercedes Benz Vans is developing a fundamentally new, modular and fully electric van architecture. It bears the name VAN.EA. The company plans to invest accordingly in the development of this platform for all-electric medium and large vans, as well as in production sites.

                                          [1]The values given are the calculated “WLTP CO2 values” in accordance with Art. 2, No. 3 of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. Fuel consumption figures have been calculated on this basis. Electrical consumption and range were determined on the basis of Directive 2017/1151/EU. Range specification applies to the five-seater.
                                          [2]Without camper van specification
                                          [3]The Marco Polo Module can also be ordered soon for the T-Class with a short wheelbase, among others.
                                          [4]The long-wheelbase variant will be available in 2023.
                                          [5]The solar panel is intended exclusively to supply energy to the camper van battery.
                                          [6]German gross list price with 19 % VAT
                                          [7]Without roof rails
                                          [8]Minimum charging times from 10-80% under optimal conditions at DC charging stations with voltage 400 volts, current 300A; charging time can differ depending on different parameters, as e.g. environment and battery temperature and when using secondary consumption sources like e.g. heating.


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