Living up to its ‘techno’ trim name, the car is crammed with great technology.
Wireless charging comes as standard, while the Megane E-Tech is also another car that supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on select trims.
Mounted together to the dashboard are two screens. A crisp 12.3" driver’s display and a second 9” infotainment system.
There's no option to improve that 9" screen for something bigger, and when compared to similar options like the two 12.3" screens in the Kia EV6 or even the 15" screen in the Tesla Model 3 RWD, it does look small.
In a market where it feels like a 12" screen has become the norm, this does leave this particular element of the Megane E-Tech’s interior looking dated in comparison to its direct opposition.
The wrap around effect of the two screens looks fantastic and helps the driver feel more at one with the vehicle.
The system itself is responsive enough and easy to use. There are a wealth of shortcut buttons and physical buttons for your air conditioning, so you’re never solely reliant on the touchscreen.
It does feature a lot of menus and sub-menus to jump through, but generally, it is easy to use. Plus, with Google integration, you’re blessed with lots of options with that and smartphone integration to choose from.
Two USB-C ports come as standard in both the front and the rear for additional connectivity, as well as a 12V socket in the front.
You have two options for volume controls: a traditional dial on the left of the touchscreen or a stalk behind the steering wheel, which was... odd. One that I'm sure you'll grow accustomed to but a strange addition at first.