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Published on January 17th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


Renault Electric Vehicles (Pics & Some Details)

January 17th, 2014 by  

I recently got a chance to check out Renault’s entire electric vehicle lineup at EVS27 in Barcelona. Below are most of my pics of all of these vehicles (except the Twizy, which I got to test drive) — the Renault Fluence ZE, Renault Zoe, and Renault Kangoo ZE — followed by some key facts on each of the models. Check them out and enjoy!

Btw, the Renault Twizy isn’t included since I got to test drive that one, so am planning to cover in a little more depth.

(Note: All images are available for reuse, and even modification. The only requirement is that you give credit, including links when used online, to: Zachary Shahan / EV Obsession / CleanTechnica.)

Renault Fluence ZE










This first car in the Renault electric vehicle lineup is the Renault Fluence ZE. It has received a lot of praise. According to UK ratings, the Fluence ZE has a range of 115 miles on a single charge, which is on the higher end for 100% electric vehicles. The Fluence ZE starts at £17,845 in the UK (~$29,221). The interior is very nice and comfy. Looking forward to test driving this one at some point.

Renault Zoe

renault zoe back

renault zoe charger

Renault Zoe Side




The Renault Zoe is the most popular electric car in Europe. It seats 5 and reportedly has 130 miles of range. It’s a very good-looking car in person, in my opinion — better than in pics. To purchase, the price of the Zoe is ~£17,045 (~$27,911) in the UK, but that doesn’t include £70 (~$115) a month for battery rental.

Renault Kangoo Van ZE



The Renault Kangoo Van ZE comes at a rather low starting price of £12,995 (~$21,250). It has 106 miles of range according to the NEDC. There are four different versions of this electric van available. Check out more Kangoo Van ZE details on the Renault website.

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  • arne-nl

    Production of the Fluence Z.E. have halted. What’s on sale now are the remaining stock.

    • TrevorJL

      Arne – the middle seat headrest is an optional extra for the ZOE, you can buy it from a dealer and fit it yourself.


  • Shiggity

    I’ve always liked Renault designs.

    • SirSparks

      I like them too although I started my “Francification” with a Renault Dauphine, that was a pretty ugly car.

  • TrevorJL

    Zachary, those interior shots are of the ZOE!


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