Dacia has previewed the budget brand's first electric vehicle with the Spring concept, a version of the Renault City K-ZE minicar now built and sold in China.
The Spring will go on sale in 2021 and have a range of "at least" 200 km (124 miles) on the WLTP cycle, Dacia says.
The City K-ZE is an electric version of the Kwid, a five-door, four-seat mini-SUV that is sold in India, Brazil and other emerging markets.
Dacia did not announce a price, but the City K-ZE sells in China for around 8,000 euros ($8,900).
Former Renault Group CEO Thierry Bollore said last year that the automaker was working on an electric vehicle that would sell for 10,000 euros or less.
The Spring concept has a charging outlet in the right front fender. Dacia says its lighting design is a preview of a new look for Dacia, with narrow horizontal LED headlights set above separate running lights. At the rear, LED tail lights form a "double Y" pattern.
The SUV look is enhanced with skid plates and higher ground clearance.
Dacia is targeting the electric mini-SUV at both private owners and short-term rental services. Dacia parent Renault Group says it has 7,800 electric vehicles in such services -- also known as car-sharing -- in Europe.