Renault has sold more than 300,000 electric vehicles across Europe. The first Renault electric vehicle was launched in 2010, and there has been continuous sales growth year on year. Over 100,000 Zoe models have been sold in France alone. A strong first half of 2020 resulted in sales of the new Zoe increasing by almost 50 per cent compared with the same time period last year with 37,540.
Onto (formerly Evezy) is taking delivery of the first units of its 1,100 order of the all-electric new Zoes for its Electric Vehicle subscription (EV) service – the biggest ever single order of Renault Zoe in the UK. This takes the number of Renault Zoes on Onto’s fleet to nearly 1,300.
Renault PRO+ has revealed the newest addition to its growing LCV range – the new Zoe Van. Based on the Zoe passenger car, the latest addition to Renault’s expanding Z.E. PRO+ range offers more choice for commercial vehicle buyers looking to switch to an electric van. Renault says that with the same 245-mile WLTP range as the Zoe car, the new zero-emissions LCV delivers versatility and reassurance to commercial buyers keen to experience the benefits of running an electric commercial vehicle.
As the country slowly returns to a new kind of normality, the DieselCar and EcoCar team have been busy finalising this year’s Top 50, where we name the very best cars on sale today. In this year’s awards, we name 23 category winners alongside the countdown from 50 to number 1, and you’ll just have to pick up a copy to find out who the frontrunners are.
Renault is offering new car buyers money off its range of electrified models, with up to £1,000 to switch to an all-electric new Zoe, or £500 towards the deposit on the Clio Hybrid and Captur Plug-in models. The latest deals are part of Renault’s Switch incentive and available in conjunction with existing offers available to new cash buyers as well as those purchasing via one of Renault’s attractive PCP and HP finance schemes.
Renault UK is enhancing the offers available on its new Zoe all-electric supermini until the end of March in order to smooth the transition to the new Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) that was announced as part of yesterday’s Budget. Until 31 March 2020, Renault UK will offer customers placing new retail/fleet orders for a new Zoe an additional £500 to top-up the new Plug-in Car Grant amount of £3,000 back up to the previous £3,500. This is in addition to the existing current retail incentive to switch of £1,000, meaning that a new Zoe will now start from £24,670 including PiCG and all retail discounts applied.
Renault has announced class-leading predicted Residual Values (RVs) of up to 42 per cent, according to industry experts CAP. Calculated over three years and 30,000 miles, Renault says that this figure compares strongly with other new all-electric models in the market.
The new all-electric Renault Zoe is now available to order, with prices starting at £18,670 with a separate battery lease, and customer deliveries from January 2020. The new generation Zoe features increased power and range, a host of technological improvements, an overhauled interior and new exterior looks.
Renault has unveiled its ‘Electrify July’ sales event, which sees its entire range of electric vehicles available with an additional manufacturer contribution of up to £1,000.
Renault has launched an updated Zoe with increased power and range, a host of technological improvements and distinctive new looks. The company says the launch of the third generation of its flagship vehicle in its 100 per cent electric range is a major milestone in its commitment to large scale electric vehicle development.