Qualcomm To Supply Chips For Renault Mégane E-TECH Model

Renault Mégane E-TECH

According to Reuters, Qualcomm announced today that it will provide chips for Renault’s new electric vehicles for digital dashboard components. Qualcomm has previously reached a cooperation with General Motors to supply chips for car-machine systems. So this is the next big move to the car industry. Qualcomm said that the computing chip will be used in the Renault Mégane E-TECH electric car. The latter will also use an Android-based car-machine system. This electric car was unveiled today at the IAA Motor Trade Show in Munich, Germany, and is expected to go on sale in 2022.

The Renault Mégane E-TECH model comes with the third-generation Snapdragon car digital cockpit platform. The system consists of a large-size information audio-visual touch screen that supports audio, visual and navigation functions, Google voice assistant and a variety of built-in Android applications.

Mégane E-TECH Characteristics

This car is 4.21 meters long, has a wheelbase of 2.7 meters, comes with a large 20-inch wheel, and uses a hidden handle design. In terms of power, the entry-level version of the car has an electric motor of 96kW and a torque of 250N·m; the high-end model has an electric motor with a power of 160kW and a torque of 300N·m. The car accelerates from 100 kilometers to 7.4 seconds and has a cruising range of 470 kilometers. In terms of charging, the car supports a maximum of 22kW of AC charging power, and DC fast charging supports 130kW. The latter can supplement 200-300 kilometers of battery life in half an hour.

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In fact, we are dealing with the new electric crossover, which is essentially a production version of last year’s Megane eVision concept. Of course, the manufacturer has made some minor changes. There is a switch to conventional side mirrors instead of cameras along with less flashy LED headlights and taillights.

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This is an electric vehicle. So Renault has decided to redesign the interior as well. The all-digital dashboard takes after the Trezor, Symbioz, and Morphoz concepts by adopting what Renault calls the OpenR display shaped like an inverted “L.”

The car comes with a 12.3-inch screen, which is in the front of the driver. However, this display is complemented by a 12-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system on the higher-spec models. Also, this large display has a 1250 x 1562 resolution. In other words, it has the highest quality. There will be a cheaper Mégane E-TECH Electric version. It will come with a smaller 9-inch central display with a lower resolution.

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