$A52000+ (estimated base price)
In its latest version of the all-electric small city hatchback, French carmaker Renault upgraded the battery to 41kWh for a real world range of up to 300km (depending on conditions). Previously only available in Australia to commercial and government fleets, Renault Australia announced in August that the award-winning Zoe would be available to private buyers in August 2018.
|EV Type||BEV||Charging Plugs (AC)||Type 2|
|BEV Range (km)||400||Charging Plugs (DC)|
|Real World Range (km)||300||Max Charge Rate (kW, AC/DC)||20/-|
|Battery Size (kWh)||41||Tow Rating (kg)
|Max. Power (kW)||66||Max. Torque (Nm)||225|
Reviews & Road Trips
- From Perth to Esperance in three different (non-Tesla) electric cars - West Australian AEVA members initiate a "Plasmaball Run" challenge to get to Esperance as quick as they can by electric car, using whatever charging means they can.
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- Zoe with 345,000km on clock still has near perfect battery … or does it? - All-electric Renault Zoe with 345,000kms claims near perfect state of its battery. But is it the real thing?
- Renault confirms launch of Twingo Z.E. electric car this year - Renault will release the all-electric Twingo hatchback in 2020, it has confirmed in its 2019 global sales results report.
- Renault’s latest all-electric Zoe hatchback goes on sale in Europe - Renault commences sales of the 2020 model of its all-electric Zoe, with updated design, increased range and a power boost.
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