The new 2015 Renault Zoe is an all-electric vehicle capable of achieving over 190km in range depending on how you drive as well as the time of year. The ZOE combine a multitude of new technology to achieve these figures, counting an inventive regenerative braking scheme which decelerate the car when you take your foot of the accelerator to revive the electric system.
2015 – Renault Zoe
Exterior and Interior
The 2015 Renault Zoe is an striking piece of design with a full-width grille as well as LED running lights that insert a fresh version of the new family face. The concealed rear door handles are a pleasant touch which create the Zoe look like a three-door at a glimpse. Renault though admit that not like the show car’s LED lights, the production edition will feature conformist headlamps. The glass roof would go but if you cut throughout the show-car glitz, the Zoe’s conformity is its main draw.
2015 – Renault Zoe Interior
The interiors have a far more innovative feel to them and you are greeted with sci-fi sound effects while you press the starter button. The R-Link middle screen handles the whole thing from sat-nav to the stereo control and the simple TFT instrument board tells you your speed as well as info about the batteries. The R-Link tablet looks like an iPad as well as it controls the stereo, phone as well as navigation functions.
The pre-production Zoe is unusually noisy for an electric car on the street and there is a whining noise from the front-mounted motor as well as the direct drive reducer transmission manages to grow in strength as the speed rise. The Zoe produces 90PS courtesy an electric motor mounted on the face axle. Renault claim an acceleration time of 13.5seconds to 100kmph and the performance on proffer feels brisk enough.
Price and Release Date of 2015 Renault Zoe
2015 Renault Zoe is one of our favorite pure-EVs, but aptitude doesn’t always translate into sale success. To address slow sales, the brand is now offer the chance to purchase one of its mildly updated model at £17,793.
2015 – Renault Zoe Rear View
The stylish Renault Zoe is one of the mainly capable and best-value EVs about, but range anxiety as well as the limited charging infrastructure still demote it to second car status. Happily, Renault would soon offer a 2015 Renault Zoe with a more competent motor and batteries, which would add 19 miles of range and cut charge time by 10 per cent.