The Renault 5 “Le Car” is coming back as an electric vehicle

The famous Renault 5 subcompact, when sold in the U.S. as the Le Car, is set to return as a battery-powered vehicle.

The French automaker uncovered the 5 Prototype at an occasion on Thursday delineating its future electric vehicle plans. Alongside its hatchback profile, the vehicle reimagines a few highlights from the first, including transforming the motor air admission on the hood into a charging port and adding a textile-trimmed roof that echoes the huge retractable texture one that was accessible on the first 5.

Renault is focusing on a 2023 dispatch date for a creation model, however hasn’t unveiled any subtleties on anticipated reach and cost.

To the extent U.S. accessibility is concerned, Renault doesn’t as of now sell vehicles here and isn’t arranging an unavoidable return, however you can in any case purchase an electric Le Car … in the event that you can discover one.

From 1979 to 1980, the U.S. Electricar organization offered a Le Car change that it called the Lectric Leopard, which traded the four-chamber motor for an electric engine that drove the wheels through the Le Car’s standard four-speed manual transmission.

It drew power from a six-pack of 6-volt vehicle batteries like golf trucks utilized, in any case, and had a reach under 50 miles for every charge and a maximum velocity of only 55 mph, which was legitimately as quick as vehicles were permitted to drive around then.

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