Harman Kardon has announced a partnership with French automobile manufacturer Renault to produce a sound system for the new Mégane E-TECH Electric car.
Due to hit the road in 2022, the new electric car is said to represent the “first step” in a relationship between Harman and Renault to provide “exceptional” in-car experiences for drivers and passengers.
The interior of the Mégane E-TECH Electric was completely redesigned with Renault’s design team working with Harman Kardon’s acoustics engineers to create the look.
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