The electric affordable Dacia, each time closer to

Dacia already plans to enrich its range of models with the arrival of new electric versions. The signature Romanian will make use of the electric technology currently used by the Renault-Nissan alliance.

Lto mark Romanian will take advantage of the technology of the Renault-Nissan alliance to launch models electric affordable, as part of the strategy of the French group that includes the launch of 12 new electric vehicles by the year 2022.

The confirmation came from the president of Dacia for Europe Jean Christophe Kugler in the framework of the Frankfurt Auto show 2017. The director assured that the signature Romanian is evaluating this possibility, although the final decision will depend on what demands the customers of the brand.

The range of electrical models of Dacia will continue the same philosophy that characterizes the brand, that is to say that will be affordable and will have an equipment fair. Kugler emphasized that the electric technology is ready to be used when required to do so, one of the benefits of being under the umbrella of a giant as is the Renault-Nissan alliance.

although there is not yet a timetable for the arrival of the first Dacia electric market, the management believes that we are a three or four years away, although everything will depend on how demanding the customers of the brand.

in order To achieve a power at an affordable price, probably Dacia use the technology and the mechanical basis used by the current Renault ZOE, that is, the electric vehicle but sold in Europe, and which recently received improvements in the battery system that managed improve their autonomy.

Another of the technologies of the French group that Dacia put into practice in the future will be the driving autonomous, although it is only expected that the mark Romanian use a very basic level, such as the adaptive cruise control, assistance in traffic jams or recognition of traffic signs. It is clear that the driving autonomous level 3, 4 or 5 is not a priority for the brand Romanian if we talk about the immediate future.