Renault Zoe

The car that we are going to look at today is the 2012 Renault Zoe. Although it was the brand’s first production model to feature the name, a number of the brand’s concept cars have used the “Zoe” name prior to the car’s introduction.

In 2005, the Zoe City Car concept was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show. It was the first vehicle to use the name Zoe, however it had no connection whatsoever to the 2012 Renault Zoe.

The 2009 Zoe concept was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was a smaller electric vehicle that was reportedly capable of reaching a top speed of 90mph (140 km/h). The vehicle featured gull-wing doors, which made it look somewhat unique.

The third vehicle to use the Zoe name was the 2010 Zoe Preview. It was showcased at the Paris Motor Show and it very closely resembled the production version of Zoe.

Introduced at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the Renault Zoe is a five-door supermini powered completely by electricity.

The design remained quite similar to the 2010 Zoe Preview with only a few minor changes.

The vehicle proved very popular with customers, especially in France, which resulted in fantastic sales.

It’s in the top ten of the best-selling electric vehicles of all time and the best-selling all-electric car in France.

It remains in production today so if you’re thinking about purchasing a Zoe, you can and it will cost you around £15,000 to £17,000.

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