The Dacia Spring is a small, accessible and zero emissions citycar. The car carries many elements of the Suv world, from the extended wheel arches to the roof bars, from the reinforced front underbody to the ground level. With wide shoulders and a domed bonnet, the Spring evokes a feeling of robustness and spaciousness despite being a citycar: 3,7 metres long, 1,6 metres wide and 1,5 metres high. The front end reveals a strong personality with its sharp LED light clusters, whose horizontal line continues in the design of the grille, ribbed bonnet and large bumper. Spring Electric’s front grille is full, the hallmark of electric vehicles.

The upper part of the rear reveals the Spring’s familiar citycar vocation, with its rounded rear window, rounded headlights and soft curves. The lower part, on the other hand, boasts the reassuring elements of SUVs: the rear is fitted with a sturdy, unpainted bumper and a protective ski dyed grey. The retro-reflectors are housed in fake air vents. The rear mudguards are riveted. These stylistic artifices make the rear silhouette of the car more dynamic.

Standard equipment includes 100% electric variable assistance steering, remote central locking and four electric windows.   To keep the driver’s eyes from the road and hands from the steering wheel, there is a 3.5-inch digital display between the counters, while Google or Apple voice recognition can be activated by simply pressing a button on the steering wheel. As an option, manual climate control, a multimedia system, electric rear-view mirror settings and a spare wheel are available. The Spring Electric’s interior features blue inserts at the air vents and centre display.