The Renault Kiger Is The Future Of Electric Vehicles

Renault’s mantra for the Kiger has always been simple – make it stylish, make it an SUV, and, most importantly, make it affordable.

it seems to have worked for the French carmaker. So far, Renault has sold more than 50,000 units of the Kiger since it was launched at the beginning of 2021.

And now, a year and a half later, Renault has freshened things up with a model year update.

And in terms of model year updates, it’s an okay one – a new colour, a couple of new features, and a few new visual touches.

First, there is a new stealth black shade on offer, and while there is nothing stealthy about it, given that it’s a gloss finish, it does nevertheless look handsome on the Kiger.

Bear in mind that this kind of gloss will require slightly more than regular upkeep.

The front skid plate is new, and a chrome strip runs across the boot lid. The dashboard gets a new accent, and the seats get red stitching.

These features will definitely add value to everyday driving, and while the wireless charging space has a rubber mat, my phone slid around quite a lot, especially while driving on bumpy sections of the tarmac.