Dacia Revealed 2024 Spring EV; Based on Kwid EV

The Spring EV comes equipped with modern driver assistance systems like lane-keeping assistance, a driver attention monitoring system, and advanced emergency braking.
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Dacia Spring EV

News Highlights

  • Dacia has revealed the EV with two new color options: Safari Beige and Brick Red.
  • The Spring EV gets a redesigned gear shifter, AC vents, and dashboard-mounted tray.
  • The electric hatchback stands on 16-inch alloy wheels.

Dacia has unveiled the updated version of the 2024 Spring EV. The new Dacia electric hatchback is based on the Kwid EV. The hatchback gets a heavily updated design as compared to the pre-facelift model. The revamped iteration of the hatchback comes with Dacia’s latest design. The heavily updated car will be launched in European markets later this year.

The second-generation Spring EV gets an all-new interior and features. The EV resembles the recently launched Duster. It comes with the same front grille LED headlamps as the Duster. The bumper intakes and SUV-style skid plate integrated into the EV enhance its overall look. In terms of side profile, the EV comes with a new set of wheels and fenders, whereas the large door handles and greenhouse area have been retained from the previous model.

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The revamped EV features black trim that connects the LED taillights via a beefy black strip. On the bumper, it has a heavy dose of plastic cladding that provides a sporty crossover vibe. The electric hatchback stands on 16-inch alloy wheels. Dacia has revealed the EV with new color options, including Safari Beige and Brick Red. The updated Spring EV has a 35-litre trunk and a 308-litre boot storage space.

The cabin looks more modern in the 2024 Spring EV. The hatchback features a 7-inch fully digital instrument cluster supporting a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The auto giant is not offering this feature in the entry-level model of the car. The Dacia Spring EV gets a redesigned gear shifter, AC vents, and dashboard-mounted tray.

Under the hood, powering the electric car is the same 26.8 kWh battery set that allows the car to go up to 220 km in one charge. The new Spring EV comes with a single electric motor that generates either 45 hp or 65 hp of power via the front wheels.

The Dacia Spring EV comes equipped with modern driver assistance systems like lane-keeping assistance, a driver attention monitoring system, and advanced emergency braking. There is a physical ‘My Safety’ button that provides access to the ADAS settings. It also features standard dual airbags and ABS. The EV has a bi-directional charging capability, allowing the owner to charge the car's battery and power electronic items.

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