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50 kWh

Battery

35 100 €

Price

390 Km

Range according to WLTP cycle

80 kW /110 hp

Motorization

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Renault Zoe e-Tech performance

Performance Power Autonomy (WLTP) Usable battery
80 kW
110 hp
390 km
52 kWh

Charging the Renault Zoe e-Tech

AC connector

Type 2

Max. power (kW)

22

Accelerated load AC 0 to 100

3 hours

DC connector

CCS

Max DC power (kW)

46

DC rapid charge 10 to 80%.

56min

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Dimensions and weight of the Renault Zoe e-Tech

Length Width Height Wheelbase Tare weight
4087 mm
1787 mm
1562 mm
2588 mm
1502 kg

Taxation

Amortization Battery damping
30,000 INCL. VAT
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All about the Renault Zoe e-Tech

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Performance

The Renault Zoe E-Tech is a 100% electric vehicle. The maximum power of the Renault Zoe E-Tech is 80 kW (110 hp), and it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.4 seconds.

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Price

The Renault Zoe E-Tech starts at €33,700 for sale in France. This price includes VAT. This price does not include the ecological bonus, which is deducted when you buy a new clean vehicle in France. In addition to the ecological bonus, you may also be eligible for the conversion bonus and regional grants. 

Companies also benefit from tax advantages when purchasing a 100% electric vehicle.

Vehicle charging

Refill

The Renault Zoe E-Tech's battery has a total capacity of 50 kWh. Range is around 390 km with a 100% charged battery. Actual range, however, will depend on a number of factors, including climate, road conditions, whether or not air conditioning is used, and driving style.

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About Renault

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Renault is one of France's most emblematic automotive brands. In 1999, Renault and Nissan signed a historic collaboration agreement, with Renault taking a 37% stake in Nissan. In 2012, Renault takes a radical and innovative step with the Renault Zoé. Revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, it is the first mass-market electric city car to be marketed by the brand. It is currently the best-selling model in Europe. Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi joins the Renault-Nissan alliance. Renault-Nissan-Mistubishi has unveiled its strategy for the development of electric vehicles over the next five years.

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