Electric mobility at the heart of the Paris Motor Show – AVEM

After four years of absence, the Paris Motor Show will open its doors to the public from October 18 to 23. Like its slogan ” Revolution is on (The revolution is on), the show aims to highlight the current evolution of the automotive industry. A profound transformation towards electrification and hyper-connectivity. Electric mobility will therefore occupy a central place in this 2022 edition of the Paris Motor Show. Many players will be able to unveil new electric models and their know-how in terms of electrification. For its part, Avere-France will seek on its stand to present and make understandable to visitors the electric and hydrogen experience. It will illustrate it with concrete use cases and will address many themes. Themes such as the ecological balance of the electric car, the electric city, equipment and charging.

Renault Group in force with many firsts

If certain brands will be conspicuous by their absence, Renault Group will make a show of force at the Paris Motor Show. Its brands (Renault, Dacia, Alpine and Mobilize) will offer 6 world premieres. Renault will create the event with a sporty and quirky show-car as part of the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the R5. Inspired by the world of video games, this spectacular 100% electric reinterpretation will combine extraordinary exuberance with high-level performance. The diamond firm will also unveil a preview of the modern electric version of the legendary Renault 4. In addition, Mobilize, the group’s brand dedicated to new forms of mobility, will present the production version of the Duo. A modernized and closed Twizy, sporting angular and futuristic lines. An electric quadricycle designed for car sharing, but also available for individuals via a subscription.

The Stellantis group with the Jeep Avenger as a spearhead

Some brands of the Stellantis group will skip the 2022 edition of the Mondial de l’Auto. On the other hand, Peugeot will be present, starring the premiere of the new 408. A car with a unique fastback design, which mixes the codes of the SUV, the sedan and the coupé. Peugeot will offer it in a plug-in hybrid version, but not yet in a 100% electric version. Moreover, to avoid overshadowing it, Peugeot will not be exhibiting the new electric versions of the 308. For 100% electric vehicles, Jeep will be the group’s spearhead at the show. The American brand will present in detail the Jeep Avenger, an electric SUV designed for the European market. With this small SUV offering a modern and technologically advanced interior, Jeep intends to attract a new clientele. Customers looking for a compact alternative, with the capabilities of an all-electric Jeep.

BYD launches its offensive with 3 electric models

The Paris Motor Show will also be the scene of the launch of BYD’s offensive on the European market. Already present in Norway, the Chinese manufacturer is preparing to conquer other European countries. To carry out this conquest, BYD is counting on three electric vehicles (two SUVs and a sedan) that it will exhibit in Paris. The BYD Han is a sleek and sporty sedan with dual electric motors and all-wheel drive. Its battery with a capacity of 85.4 kWh gives it a fairly comfortable range of 521 km. Already marketed in Norway, the BYD Tang is a large 7-seater SUV. It combines high performance with comfort, space and safety. More compact but remarkably spacious, the BYD Atto 3 combines aesthetics and intelligence. According to BYD, it offers a versatile and attractive choice for many European consumers.

The Microlino for soft mobility in urban areas

Another vehicle should attract the attention of visitors to the Mondial de l’Auto, and more particularly of the youngest. The Swiss company Micro Mobility Systems will indeed present the Microlino, a small city car that can be driven from the age of 16. This retro-looking quadricycle is inspired by the mythical Isetta of the 1950s. Like the original Isetta, the Microlino has a front door which facilitates access to its small cabin. It has a 16 hp electric motor for 100 Nm of torque. An engine powered by a battery with a capacity of 14.4 kWh offering a range of 200 kilometers. A substantial autonomy obtained thanks to the weight of the vehicle contained at only 450 kilos. Its practicality and its safer side than a two-wheeler should allow the Microlino to appeal to young audiences. This all the more so as it will allow him to circulate in a more ecological way.