Renault leads the sales of electric vehicles in Europe with 95,985 units in the period January / November 2020 and represents an increase of 80% in registrations. The 2020 results are almost double the units sold in 2019 as of November 30, 2020. The Renault ZOE is the first vehicle in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

In terms of electric light commercial vehicles, Renault Kangoo ZE is also the best-seller in Europe, with 8,498 registrations between January and November 2020.

Renault's full-electric range also includes Twizy, with more than 31,000 units sold, and Master ZE, a van that offers a payload of up to 3.5 tonnes.

Counting electric vehicles sales from January to the end of November 2020, the Renault Zoe is the best-selling electric vehicle in Europe.

The new R135 engine of the Renault ZOE offers a unique improvement in driving pleasure. The engine is more powerful for better intermediate accelerations. The new gear shift knob of the automatic transmission offers additional functionality.

By selecting the B position you can drive with one pedal in city traffic. The car slows down when you lift the “gas” pedal and moves forward again when you press the pedal again. In the normal D position, this effect is nil, which in turn increases driving comfort in the new ZOE.

With the new Renault ZOE, you enjoy maximum freedom. Depending on use, you have a range of no less than 385km.

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