Officially known as the Renault 4ever Trophy, the name of the new B-segment EV is inspired by the 4L Trophy rally car across the Moroccan desert.
The annual event reserved exclusively for the Renault 4 celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2023, prompting the company with the diamond logo to celebrate the milestone with a concept car to the Paris Auto Show. This car is painted in Gun Metal Silver color and uses 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 255/55 R19 tires.
This concept car uses an electric motor that produces 134 horsepower. With a length of 4,160 millimeters and a width of 1,950 mm, the French automaker has included the Renault 4ever Trophy in the same segment as its subcompact crossover, the Captur.
Measuring 1,900 mm (74.8 in), the Renault 4ever Trophy features high ground clearance and boxy wheel arches.
Interior images are not yet available, but the longer body compared to the old model will provide significantly more rear legroom.
The use of a dedicated electric platform (CMF-BEV) means that wheelbase can be maximized after trimming the front and rear overhangs.
A 42-kWh battery pack mounted between the axles, is sufficient for a range of about 402 kilometers. The front-mounted electric motor can go from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than nine seconds.
Ahead of its market launch in roughly three years, the Renault 4ever Trophy will be on display at the Paris Motor Show alongside the new electric car Renault 5.