The new Renault ZOE, expected in 2019/2020, is seen here in the wild for the first time.
Recently, a largely camouflaged prototype of the new ZOE was seen in France. The car seems slightly bigger, and is expected to have better performance (power, battery capacity), as well as more equipment. It's also likely that Renault will be trying to implement many autonomous driving features.
What to expect from Renault ZOE 2:
- Market launch in late 2019 or 2020
- built on a new platform shared between Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance
- slightly bigger than ZOE
- 50 kWh battery instead 41 kWh
- DC fast charging capability (CCS Combo 2) on top of 22 kW three-phase