According to Autocar, the Twingo Z.E. will share EV tech with smart forfour EQ, as both models were built on the same platform and Renault is even supplying smart with electric motors.
The question is whether Renault will use those tiny 17.6 kWh battery packs as found in the smart, for around 100 km (62 miles) of range?
One thing that Autocar found out for sure is that the electric Twingo is not going to be sold in the UK.
Besides the Twingo Z.E., Renault is expected to introduce in near-future plug-in hybrids:
Captur II 1.6 e-tech
Clio V 1.6 e-tech
Megane 1.6 e-tech
As well as an all-electric compact crossover SUV (Renault Kadjar-sized), expected in 2021.