Tag: Renault Zoe
It didn't take long after the second-generation Nissan LEAF entered the European market in February for it to take the lead among all-electric cars in Europe. It...
Renault produced its 100,000th electric motor at its Cléon plant in France. The company offers several motors for different models.
The European plug-in electric car market is expanding at its fastest pace since summer of 2017, as sales increased by 62% year-over-year in April.
Sales of all-electric Renault increased in April by strong 58% year-over-year, which is the fastest growth since the summer 2017.
Three all-electric cars - Nissan LEAF, Volkswagen e-Golf and Renault ZOE - were tested and compared in the UK to figure out which is the best for under £30,000.
March turned to be the best month of plug-in electric car sales in Europe ever! In total some 40,936 plug-ins were sold, which is 41% more than year ago at 2.2...
The all-electric car sales in Western Europe have a strong new leader as Nissan LEAF sales went through the roof in Norway.
In March 2018, Renault for the very first time sold more than 5,000 electric cars and sold a record-setting number of ZOE electric cars, too.
March was the best month ever for plug-in electric car sales in France - 6,157 new registrations is 27% above the previous record in December.
Renault is finally putting a stop to its mandatory battery rental scheme (separate from the car purchase) in France. The halt begins this April.
Over 3,000 electric cars were sold by Renault in February, but the result was 2% lower than year ago, coming after a decrease of 11% in January.
At first look, it seems that plug-in electric car sales in France grew, but there are huge disproportions between BEVs and PHEVs.
Renault ZOE with slightly higher-power R110 electric motor (80 kW instead 68 kW) is going on sale as early as next week according to latest reports.
Renault presents at the Geneva Motor Show its latest version of ZOE - the best selling electric car in Europe - with 80 kW R110 electric motor.
Tests confirm that the Renault ZOE Z.E. 40 is able to drive some 200 km (125 miles) on a charge during the winter at speeds below 90 km/h (56 mph)
The importance of plug-in hybrids in France increases compared to all-electric, as market demand for that type of powertrain notes significant growth.
Plug-in electric car sales in France for the very first time exceeded 40,000 last year, though all-electric car sales grew slowly.