Renault has revealed the production version of the ZOE all-electric hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show today.
Renault has revealed the production version of the Zoe all-electric hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show today.
The entry model, Zoe Life, starts at 15,700 euros and includes an integrated Renault R-Link multimedia tablet, Chameleon battery charger and automatic climate control as standard equipment. Tax-paid prices for the two high-end versions, the Zoe Zen and Zoe Intens, will start from €17,500 euros. Tax-paid battery lease prices will start from 79 euros/month for a contract covering 12,500km/year over a period of 36 months.
Driving range according to the NEDC cycle is 210km while Renault says the real world range is 100km in cold conditions and 150km in mild weather. The Zoe is the first electric vehicle capable of being charged at any power level up to 43kW in between 30 minutes and nine hours with its integrated Chameleon charger. Zoe's battery can be charged in approximately one hour at 22kW fast-charge stations which are technicaly simpler and more economical than current fast-charge stations. This intermediate power level ensures longer battery life and has less impact on the grid than a 43kW charging station.
The Zoe goes on sale in Europe this autumn.
More details int he press release below.