Recognition for Best Small Electric Car

Recognition for Best Small Electric Car

The New Renault ZOE has won the 2020 What Car? Awards in the ‘Best Small Electric Car’ category.

Speaking about the new ZOE’s success, Steve Huntingford, Editor of What Car? said:

The new Renault ZOE represents such an improvement that it’s the best small electric car you can buy. With its bigger battery, it covered 192 miles in our real range test – around a third more than its predecessor. What’s more it’s classier inside and more enjoyable to drive, thanks to brisk acceleration, composed handling and a settled ride on the motorway.

Commenting on the What Car? wins, Gilles Normand, Senior Vice President, Electric Vehicles & Mobility Services, Groupe Renault said:

Electric vehicles are becoming ever more popular with buyers with improved range, more technology and enhanced trims so our customers have a greater opportunity to find the model that fits their lifestyle.

The new ZOE has been refreshed inside and out, while its new 52kWh battery results in a class-leading range of 245 miles under latest WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure) fuel and C02 testing conditions. Dynamic exterior changes include standard LED headlamps across the range.

Inside, the new ZOE has been treated to a thorough redesign and enhanced technology, including the addition of a 10-inch instrument cluster and EASY LINK infotainment system with 9.3-inch portrait screen, which features real time charging information and Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™. Iconic models also include a unique seat fabric that’s made from 100% recycled materials.

In addition, Renault offers retail customers that purchase a ZOE a free 7kW wall box charger fully-installed in their home to ensure the best possible electric experience.

The new ZOE is priced from £25,670 OTR including the Plug-in Car Grant and is available to order now.

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