Renault Arkana scores five stars in Euro NCAP safety tests
The new Renault Arkana has been awarded the maximum five-star crash safety rating by the experts at Euro NCAP in its most recent round of testing.
Arkana is based on the CMF-B modular platform, shared with Clio and Captur. In addition to this platform, the SUV comes fitted with the latest ADAS technology. The range of safety aids available on the All-New Arkana includes Motorway and Traffic Assistant that includes Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go and the ability to keep the car centred in its lane, including on some curved roads. Traffic Sign Recognition, Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist will also all be available bringing added convenience, safety and reassurance to drivers.
The Arkana will be available with a fully electrified range of powertrains, including the latest E-TECH hybrid option that’s capable of travelling 80 per cent of urban journeys in electric mode, and consumes up to 40 per cent less fuel compared to an equivalent petrol engine. The Arkana E-TECH Hybrid will be available alongside the 1.3-litre TCe engine that features mild-hybrid technology delivering reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, plus greater driving pleasure and flexibility, paired with a smooth and responsive EDC automatic
Customers can order the Arkana from July, with first deliveries in September 2021.