The battery-powered Renault Megane E will be "one of the most competitive electric cars in the world" when it arrives in the first half of next year, CEO Luca de Meo said.
The compact EV will be the first Renault on the market built on the automaker's new CMF-EV architecture developed with alliance partner Nissan and the first model to be fitted with the automaker's new L-shaped digital dashboard and cockpit.
Teaser photos released by Renault show a high-tech interior design inspired by dashboards used in Renault concept cars such as 2020's Morphoz.
The interior styling will be used in other new Renaults, the automaker's design chief, Gilles Vidal, said during an online presentation on Thursday.
"You will see substantial changes to [Renault] interiors starting with the new Megane E," he said.
De Meo said during the presentation: "It's the first product of a new era for the brand. It looks good and drives fantastically. We are bullish about the product."