Tag: Dacia Spring

Good News! Dacia Spring Electric Costs Just $12,900 In Hungary, Subsidies Included

Dacia unveiled the Spring Electric city car last week but the Renault-owned carmaker failed to release the pricing, which will arguably be its main USP. Fortunately for those who are anxious to learn the prices, Dacia Hungary has already released them on its customer website and we have to say they are consistent with reports […]

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Dacia Spring EV Not Coming To Britain As Renault Has No Plans For A RHD Variant

Dacia unveiled the Spring Electric production EV yesterday and the press release for the UK made it clear that it won’t be offered there. “There are no plans for the Dacia Spring Electric to be sold in the UK,” read the release, with the company providing no further details. Since we were as curious as […]

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2021 Dacia Spring Electric Debuts As The Logan Of EVs

Today’s the big day Dacia unveils its first-ever all-electric vehicle, the Spring Electric small crossover. First announced in March 2020 by the Dacia Spring Concept, the new production model has been introduced at the Renault eWays event by Denis Le Vot, member of Groupe Renault Executive Committee, as Europe’s most affordable electric vehicle. How affordable, […]

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Renault Electric Hatchback Concept, Production Dacia Spring EV Teased Again Ahead Of October 15 Debut

Renault has released two fresh video teasers of the electric vehicles it will unveil on the first day of the ‘Renault eWays’ electromobility forum on October 15. The main attraction will be a show car announcing the future electric hatchback of Renault, based on the all-new CMF-EV modular platform dedicated to EVs. That’s the same […]

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2021 Dacia Logan Spied Rubbing Shoulders With Mysterious Renault Twingo Tester

A trip to the grocery store turned into a frenetic ‘where’s my phone’ moment for yours truly, as I crossed paths with two test cars: the next-generation Dacia Logan and a rather mysterious Renault Twingo. Both cars seemed to be coming from the Dacia factory in Romania, which is approximately 60 miles (100 km) away […]

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