The fashionable slick-backed 2023 Renault Arkana has acquired a vary revision in the United Kingdom, rationalising the variants and introducing a new range-topping E-Tech engineered stage of trim.
The Renault Arkana vary for 2023 includes Evolution, Techno, R.S. Line and E-Tech engineered variations, just about every bearing their possess distinct flavour.
The entry-stage Evolution comes with: 17-inch Bahamas alloy wheels, entire LED headlights and rear lights, dim grey skid plate, 7.-inch driver screen and a 7.-inch touchscreen with Android Car and Apple CarPlay.
Also regular are vehicle headlights and wipers, rear parking sensors and camera and a security suite that contains autonomous emergency braking, site visitors indicator recognition, lane departure warning with lane-hold aid, hill-get started aid and cruise management.
The mid-assortment Techno provides: a wi-fi cell phone charger, 10.-inch driver exhibit, 9.3-inch central infotainment, 18-inch Pasadena diamond lower alloy wheels, ambient lighting, car substantial beam, blind-spot warning and rear cross-site visitors alert.
The sporty Arkana R.S. Line, which arrived in Australia this year, gains a distinctive front bumper, chrome exhaust, R.S. Line badging, suede upholstery, heated seats and steering wheel.
The new assortment-topping E-Tech engineered is most quickly distinguished by its gold trim detailing on the front bumper, rear skid plate and wheels. Inside, consumers get leather-based and suede upholstery with gold stitching, palms-free of charge parking and adaptive cruise command.
As for whether or not the Australian marketplace Renault Arkana will get the identical variety updates remains to be seen. Whichcar has approached Renault’s regional arm for remark and we will update this story as soon as we have much more info at hand.
Renault’s British isles arm has also introduced that the new E-Tech engineered trim line will also be carried in excess of to flagship hybrid variations of the Captur smaller SUV and Clio small hatchback. The well-known Clio was withdrawn from the Australian market place in advance of the fifth-technology in 2020, as customer behaviour trended greatly towards SUVs.
As for the hybridised Renault Captur, Renault Australia had in the beginning vocalised desire in the electrified modest SUV in 2018, but confirmed that it would not be provided regionally at the end of 2020, shortly prior to the common Renault Captur was introduced.