No facelift, but a freshening up for Renault’s latest Zoe

27th October, 2019
The new Zoe hasn’t changed a great deal outwardly, but the interior is a different matter

Several premium car brands have introduced new electric models in recent months. Most are rather impressive products, offering, in some cases, mind-bending acceleration and healthy driving ranges on a full charge, but now Renault has just launched what might be the most significant electric car of the year - the revised Zoe.

The company doesn’t call it a facelift, and it’s a little more than an update. To most people, the Zoe won’t appear to...

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