Scenic lets you travel freely. With a fully charged battery, Scenic has a range of up to 379 miles¹ and up to 150kW DC charging capability.
With plenty of charging points across the UK, you will have the opportunity to charge your car. Scenic’s 22 kW charger lets you charge your car easily.
Scenic is easy to charge at home using a wall box, a reinforced home socket or occasionally on a standard domestic 3-pin socket.
install your home charging point
With Mobilize Power Solutions, installing a home charging point is quick and simple with a full support service.
You can order your Mobilize Home Charger through the Renault Retailer at the same time as your new Renault Scenic E-Tech. All you need to do is book in a survey through your Renault Retailer, and your installation journey starts.
Once your survey date has been submitted, you will be contacted by our installation partner, who will carry out the survey and arrange the installation of your Mobilize Home Charger. You will receive emails throughout the installation journey to let you know what stage of the process you are in. The typical installation takes 5-6 weeks to complete.*
*depending on the works that may need to be carried out by your regional energy supplier.
charge your car anytime, anywhere
With Mobilize Charge Pass, you can charge your vehicle wherever you like with 25,000 charging points in the UK and 500,000 across Europe. You can check the type of charge point, its availability, and pay for your charging session all on one application and card.
Whether you are at home, at work or travelling, Renault Scenic E-Tech 100% electric offers amongst the best levels of charging flexibility on the market thanks to its up to 22kW AC charging capacity. The vehicle comes with a mode 3 cable that can be used on a home charging point or on a public charging point [up to 22kW AC]. For rapid charging, a cable is attached to the charger.
For additional charging cables [a mode 2 for 3-pin domestic sockets], these are available as an additional accessory.
The charging times for a recommended daily charging range are given below. The values are given in optimum conditions. More information is available on the simulator.
|minimum power at charging point
|vehicle charger power
|charging the battery
|long-range battery (87 kWh)
|rapid public charging station (DC)
|cable attached to charging point
|public charging point
|mode 2 charging cable included with purchase (three-phase)
|home charging point
Electric cars can be charged either via AC (alternating current) or DC (direct current). Conventional home and public charging points work off alternating current. Fast charging points, that can be found on motorways, work off direct current.
The battery within the car works with DC current, so the vehicle’s charger converts AC to DC when your car is plugged into a conventional charging point.
At home charging works by installing an electric vehicle charging point to your house and charging using the type 2 cable supplied. Occasionally, you can also charge your car from a domestic socket with the 3-pin flexicharger cable available as an accessory.
The home charging point will be 7.4 kW AC single-phase or 11 kW AC three-phase – both of these use a type 2 cable (which comes with the vehicle), but amount of AC capable will depend on your unique house set up. On occasion, you can also charge on AC via a 3-pin domestic socket and use the Flexicharger cable (which is an additional accessory).
Speak to your Renault retailer. With Mobilize Power Solutions, they can offer the most appropriate charging solution for their customers and the vehicle ordered, whilst offering support for their installation and use. You can order your charging point at the same time as your electric vehicle.
¹ WLTP figures shown are for comparability purposes. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted after registration, weather conditions, driving styles and vehicle load
² Figures quoted are for a long range versions with a standard 150 22kW charger. Charging time may vary depending on charging conditions, including charger type and condition, on-site power usage, battery temperature as well as ambient temperature at point of use, battery age and state of charge, and if battery safeguarding technology is activated. Indicated rapid charging time requires use of a 150kW charger, available only on public charger network - visit MyRenault for coverage details.
3under optimal operational conditions, using Google Maps, average speed of 68 mph
Charging time may vary depending on charging conditions, including charger type and condition, on-site power usage, battery temperature as well as ambient temperature at point of use, battery age and state of charge, and if battery safeguarding technology is activated. Visit MyRenault for coverage details.