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Charging points for electric cars could be made available across South West Wales

More charging points could be made available across South West Wales to cater for an increase in electric cars More charging points could be made available across South West Wales to cater for an increase in the use of electric cars. A Clean Air Roadshow organised by Swansea Council took place in Castle Square on … Continue reading Charging points for electric cars could be made available across South West Wales

After Record Surge In Q1, Renault ZOE Sales Slow In April Due To Brake Issue

The introduction of a new longer-range Renault ZOE 40 Z.E. with 41 kWh battery and 300 km (186 miles) of real world range has translated into “higher highs” being set for sale…until this month. April disappointed with just around 1,690 ZOE deliveries (a drop of 14.5% year-over-year). In general, overall Renault electric car – mostly … Continue reading After Record Surge In Q1, Renault ZOE Sales Slow In April Due To Brake Issue

Watch Renault Zoe E-Sport Concept, Formula E Racer Cruise Paris

The Renault eDams team currently leads the Formula E standings and its racers Sebastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost currently sit in first and third in the Driver’s Championship, respectively.

Since the next race of the season is in Paris on May 20, the crew is celebrating the strong performance in its home country by holding a parade of electric vehicles through the City of Light. The Renault eDams R.S. 16 race car and Zoe e-Sport Concept lead the procession in this video.

Read more: Motor 1 via Fuel Included News

Renault Zoe: Australian launch hinted at as new government approval details surface

The Renault Zoe electric vehicle looks to be coming to Australia, with the company’s local arm having applied for and gained official approval to offer the little hatch in Australia. The on-again, off-again French electric car was first spotted testing in Australia in 2012. In 2013, Renault Australia CEO, Justin Hocevar said that he’d love to see … Continue reading Renault Zoe: Australian launch hinted at as new government approval details surface

In Rouen, Autonomous Cars Will Integrate The Transport Service In 2018

By 2018, some 5,000 students and 2,500 employees in the Rouen metropolis will be able to benefit from a very demand- driven public transport service. Particular, since they are Renault ZOE electric and autonomous will be made available to them. Renault ZOE autonomous and on demand The Technopole of the Madrillet in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray concentrates an … Continue reading In Rouen, Autonomous Cars Will Integrate The Transport Service In 2018

Renault Zoe electric-car owners can upgrade leased batteries

When the updated 2017 Renault Zoe was unveiled last fall at the Paris auto show, it became one of the few electric cars whose range effectively doubled over its model life. Launched in 2012 with a 22-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery, the five-door subcompact hatchback had an effective range of 60 to 90 miles. That was essentially … Continue reading Renault Zoe electric-car owners can upgrade leased batteries

Renault Zoe Named A Game Changer At Awards

The Renault ZOE has received the ‘Game Changer’ award by Autocar judges at the world’s oldest motoring magazine’s annual awards ceremony at Silverstone. The Renault ZOE, fitted with the new 250-mile range (NEDC) Z.E.40 battery, has been recognised at the Autocar Awards 2017 as a true innovator in the ever-growing electric vehicle market. The Renault … Continue reading Renault Zoe Named A Game Changer At Awards

Why The Renault ZOE Is Europe’s Killer EV Right Now — And Could Stay That Way Too

Forget about the Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, or Tesla Model 3. Renault’s unassuming ZOE electric hatchback is currently undergoing a massive rise in sales across Europe, making it the most popular plug-in car across the continent for the first quarter of this year.

Despite being nearly as old as the Nissan LEAF in terms of its design, the Renault ZOE recently gained a massive battery pack upgrade, going from 24 kilowatt-hours of capacity to a whopping 40 kilowatt-hours.

And that, as we explain in the video above, has changed things forever for the four-seat plug-in.

Source: Transport Evolved via Fuel Included news