Renault Zoe


A five-door supermini car “Renault Zoe” is made by the French manufacturer Renault. Renault originally produced a variety of concept cars called the Zoe. In 2005, as Zoe City Car and then Zoe Z.E. The electric concept was developed in 2009 and 2010 by Renault Z.E. lock. The production-ready Zoe was unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

Retail shipping began in France in December 2012 and in 2013 to several European countries. Since 2013, Zoe has been the best-selling electric vehicle in the French market, with over 100,000 vehicles registered as of June 2020. The Zoe was the best-selling electric vehicle in Europe for the second consecutive year. Accordingly, in 2015, 2016, and 2016, European sales also exceeded sales of electric vehicles with additives. Since its inception, as of December 2019, worldwide sales have reached nearly 182,000 units.


The first production Zoe used a 22 kWh lithium-ion battery, providing a range of 210 to 240 km in the NEDC cycle. In September 2016, Renault announced a new model with increased mileage and 41 kWh lithium-ion battery, which will increase the range to 400 km in the NEDC cycle. In mid-2018, a new model with an 80 kW (110 hp) engine was announced as the ZE 40 R110.
The ZEO 50 R135 was declared in mid-2019 with a 55 kWh battery (52 available), a 100 kW (130 hp) motor, and CCS charging. The ultimate production-ready criterion will be disclosed at the Frankfurt Motor Show and liberations will start in January 2020.

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The Renault Zoe concept was unveiled to the public at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show to showcase the company’s vision for the Clio electric vehicle. It is powered by a 71 kW (95 hp) electric motor and is front mounted. Ionic battery (under the sheet). It has an estimated range of 160 km and a top speed of 145 km / h. It can be charged from a regular 230 V socket or quickly charged from a high voltage source to 80% in just 20 minutes. The third innovative option is replacing the battery with a new package in the middle of the Renault Quick Drop.


Commercial deliveries to retail consumers started in limited quantities in France in December 2012. And availability boosted in the first quarter of 2013. As of December 2012, 48 units were registered in France and total sales reached 5,559 units in December 2013. It served as the top-selling vehicle in the nation in January 2013. And, maintaining the monthly guide through December 2013. Exemplifying 62.8% of electric car sales in the country during the period of the year 2013.