Renault has been pushing the boundaries of innovation
from revealing the Z.E concept car in 2008, and since
then has been a leader in electric vehicle manufacture in
Europe. It has been a priority to fulfil our commitment
and continue to develop our technology so that our
vehicles stay at the forefront of the electric vehicle
market. In 2016, we launched ZOE with the Z.E. 40
battery, with almost twice the capacity of the previous
version and 2018 saw the introduction of the R110 motor,
bringing ZOE more power than ever before. 2019 brought
with it New ZOE, with a 245(1) mile driving range, along
with new faster and more versatile charging options.
Finally, 2020 saw the launch of the All-New ZOE Van,
the first fully electric car derived van
Our commitment to electric motoring innovation runs
deeply in Renault’s brand DNA. We were a founding
partner in Formula E™, the FIA’s newest race series.
Winning the team championship in 2014/15 and 2015/16
seasons, along with the driver’s championship in
2015/16, proves superior electric technology on the
track and as one of Europe's best selling EV brands
on the road.
Electric mobility does not have to be more complicated
than fuel-powered vehicles.
Far from it, electric power comes as second nature in
most areas of our lives - have you ever thought about
filling up your smartphone with fuel? Your van does
not need to be any different from your phone, simply
put it on charge.
Electric isn’t just the future, it’s right now. That’s why
our customers have been driving electric vehicles since
2011, and we’ve since developed the largest model
range of electric LCVs in the UK. For you and your
business, the result is key. So you’ll be pleased to hear
that with a Renault PRO+ electric van, you could make
significant savings compared to running a diesel or
petrol van. Plus, with over 11,000 charging points in the
UK, isn’t it time for you to join the electric revolution?
Battery and charging
Just like the other models in the our electric range, ZOE is fitted with a lithium-ion battery, offering great performance. It is very simple to charge, even when it is fully discharged and it can also be recycled at the end of it’s life. Thanks to The Chameleon Charger™ that is unique to Renault, ZOE is compatible with various power sockets and sources, providing you with a range of charging options. The result? Minimised charging times and maximised flexibility. There are three easy ways to charge:
1. At Home. Charge at home from a 7kW charger that can fully charge ZOE overnight in 9-10 hours. With the new Z.E. 50 battery, ZOE can go even further so the majority of your charging will probably take place, hassle free, at home! 2. Destination. There are already over 11,000 public charging locations nationwide, that's more charging locations than petrol stations! The majority of these charging locations will provide a 3kW to 22kW charge and could charge your ZOE from 0-100% in as little as 3 hours(2).
3. Rapid. These charge points are placed at key locations such as motorway services and have upwards of a 50kW capacity. They are ideal for long journeys and will charge your ZOE(3) with Z.E. 50 battery from 0-80% in 1h 10, or if you are only making a brief stop, just 30 minutes charging will get you an extra 90 miles of range.
Not sure where to find chargepoints around you?
Use your EASY LINK navigation system or MY Renault App(1) to find local charge points or find charge points along your route.
Now that ZOE is available with Z.E. 50 battery giving a WLTP* range of up to 245 miles on one charge, range anxiety is a thing of the past. With a real life estimate of 233 miles in summer and 150 miles in winter** ZOE is able to get you wherever you need to go with less need to recharge on the way, saving you time and money
Range In Miles
Cost Per Mile***
Summer (Real World Estimate)
Winter (Real World Estimate)
*What is the WLTP and why the real-life range is similar to it?
Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP), this new homologation protocol gives fuel consumption and driving range results that are much closer to real life conditions figures than the NEDC protocol.
While the old NEDC test determined test values based on a theoretical driving profile, the WLTP cycle was developed using real-driving data, gathered from around the world. WLTP therefore better represents everyday driving profiles.
Business R110 245 miles and Business+ R110. CO2 whilst driving: 0 g/km, MPG: n/a. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare figures with vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. The electric range shown achieved
using the new (WLTP) test procedure. Figures obtained after the battery was fully charged. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on factors such as the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted after registration, weather
conditions, driving styles and vehicle load. Renault estimates average real-world driving figures for this vehicle as 233 miles in summer and 150 miles in winter, depending on the factors above.
**Why is the range reduced in winter?
Like all batteries, those in electric vehicles are less efficient in cold weather than at warmer ambient temperatures. This means that you can expect a reduction in the range of your electric vehicle during the winter. Also, in winter you are more likely to use the heating, which means ZOE consumes more energy. Summer and winter range estimates based on real-world driving data.
For added reassurance and peace of mind, the
traction battery on All-New ZOE Van comes with
an 8 year/100,000 mile warranty, giving you
confidence in our technology and on the road.
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