Super-mini sized car suitable for a small family car
Renault Zoe Model History
Renault Zoe was introduced with a 90 bhp motor and a charging system that would work in many locations and different speeds using just one connector.
It came with a 22 kWh battery pack with a claimed range of 120 miles, with a realistic range of 80 miles.
There are 2 variants, the Q210 and the R240.
The Q210 can charge at up to 43kW and has a claimed range of 210km ( 130 miles) and usually are badged “Intens”
The R240 can charge at up to 22kW and has a calimed range of 240km ( 149 miles) and are usually badged “Nav”
Renault added a 41 kWh battery pack to the Zoe, boosting the range to a claimed 250 miles giving a realistic range of 180 miles.
Renault also introduced new a version of the drive train. Although this could not rapid charge it was more energy efficient, boosting range even further. A good compromise for those who can charge at home.
Renault introduced a more powerful moter, trhe R90 was uprated to R110, giving 110 bhp
A major update to the Zoe including a 52kWh battery pack and CCS charging and a 135hp motor giving 0 to 60mph in under 10 seconds. Renault are saying that up to a third of the interior materials are recycled, for example recycled seatbelt material is used in the seat covers.