Tuesday August 11, 2020

Small is beautiful as the Renault Zoe comes of age

One of the smallest electric vehicles on the market has matured into one of the best

26th July, 2020
The Renault Zoe is the cheapest regular electric car on the market, starting at €26,990

When the Renault Zoe first came on the scene in 2012, it was seen as a bit of an oddity, a small electric hatchback effectively only of use for those who live in an urban environment.

But Renault has gently massaged the formula in the intervening time, culminating in the model’s most significant update yet early this year. Though the core vehicle and its profile are unchanged, the smarter detailing and more modern light signatures bring...

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