Renault Shows Off EVs In Large Geneva Motor Show Booth – First Look At Zoe’s “Flexi Charger” In Action

MAR 4 2014 BY STATIK 2

Renault has a sizeable display at the Geneva Motor Show today, and one of their main focuses is on the ZE (Zero Emission) lineup – Zoe, Twizy, Kangoo ZE (the Fluence ZE is now discontinued).

Renault Zoe in Geneva

Renault Zoe in Geneva

Besides just getting another look at the cars not seen in the US, we also got a first look at the just-announced “Flexi Charger” cable package that comes standard on the Zoe effective today.  (full details on that can be found here)

The “Flexi Charger” will let you charge at 3kW or 7 kW on a domestic socket using their “Green’Up Access” wall box; or just a plain old conventional 220V domestic socket (which at 10 Amps puts out about 2.3 kW)- something that was lacking on the model previously.

If you own a Zoe and want one of these, Renault will sell it to you – for €590

Renault Zoe Unchanged For This Model Year - But New Lease Options From €169 Now Available

Renault Zoe Unchanged For This Model Year – But New Lease Options From €169 Now Available

Renault Twizy Shots From Geneva 2014:

Renault Twizy At Geneva Motor Show 2014

Renault Twizy At Geneva Motor Show 2014

Renault Twizy At Geneva Motor Show 2014

Renault Twizy At Geneva Motor Show 2014

Inside The Renault Twizy At The Geneva Motor Show 2014

Inside The Renault Twizy At The Geneva Motor Show 2014

Renault Twizy Instrumentation (Geneva 2014)

Renault Twizy Instrumentation (Geneva 2014)

Renault Twizt At Geneva 2014

Renault Twizy At Geneva 2014

In none electric news, Renault also debuted the Twingo:

Renault Twingo Debut At Geneva 2014

Renault Twingo Debut At Geneva 2014

 

 

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It’s 230 V. (Yes, there was 220 V in the past, but it was upped in the 90′ to reduce transmission loses)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity_by_country