Renault 5 E-Tech Roland-Garros special series

Renault 5 E-Tech Roland-Garros special series

Renault is gearing up for the Roland Garros French Open tennis tournament by showcasing its Renault 5 E-Tech electric in a special series dedicated to the event. This Roland-Garros special series, set to hit showrooms in 2025, will be unveiled at the tournament, offering an elegant and sporty design.

The Renault 5 E-Tech electric Roland-Garros special series boasts four distinctive body colors: pearl white, midnight blue, starry black, and an exclusive shade of matte slate grey. Complementing these colors are chrome satin-finish roof trim and Ecrou 18-inch diamond-cut wheels in glossy black, enhancing the vehicle’s aesthetic appeal. The wheels feature a unique hub cap in a matte slate grey shade, adding to the overall elegance.

Adding a touch of tennis flair, the lower part of the front doors showcases the Roland Garros logo set within a design inspired by the Cross of Saint Andrew, reminiscent of the stadium’s architecture. Additionally, the vehicle’s roof features a textile-finish grained film in satin black, further enhancing its distinctive appearance.

Inside the car, the special light grey upholstery with a dense, fine, graphic weave draws inspiration from technical clothing in the world of sport. Crafted from fully recycled textile, the upholstery incorporates open-weave features, including the H-shape of the backrest, while blue TEP-upholstered lateral supports add to the sporty ambiance. The front seat backrests are adorned with heat-embossed Roland-Garros logos.

The unique interior design extends to the door panels and fascia strip, featuring the same seat fabric and blue TEP upholstery. A ‘blue white clay’ embroidery feature under the passenger air vent adds a distinctive touch. The dashboard trim strip is accented with a satin metal finish, illuminated with backlighting spelling out the name ‘Roland Garros Paris.’

Adding to the tennis-inspired theme, the e-pop gear selector is reminiscent of tennis racket grips, with the Roland Garros logo adorning its end, akin to the base of a racket. The central console features a smartphone induction charging mat infused with red clay powder in the manufacturing process, along with ‘red clay’ loop-pile mats.

To further celebrate its commitment to sports and community, Renault’s Give Me 5 initiative continues to support the construction and renovation of tennis courts in underprivileged neighborhoods in France, Brazil, and Argentina. Renault ambassadors, including newly appointed Diane Parry and Casper Ruud, embody the brand’s values and promote access to sporting activities, particularly through Give Me 5.

Additionally, Renault remains a steadfast partner in sporting events, such as the Roland-Garros Junior Series and the Roland-Garros eSeries, showcasing its dedication to innovative and modern initiatives in the world of sports. Furthermore, Renault’s electrified fleet, comprising 88% electric vehicles, ensures sustainable transportation for the French Open tournament, with additional shuttle services provided by retrofitted R5 vehicles from the 1970s, now electrically powered.

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