Renault unveils Zoe EV at the 2020 auto expo as its second product from the motor show floors. The Zoe EV is internationally acclaimed for its design and performance and the car is expected to perform the similar show here in India once launched.
Renault has recently taken the cover off its Zoe EV right after they showcased the K-ZE on their stand at the auto expo 2020. However, this wasn’t a surprise at all, as the manufacturer teased the car via a social media platform recently. The car unveiled here looks identical to that sold in the international markets. With chic looks and bright blue colour, the Zoe Ev looks a car that should be a must-have in your garage for its funky styling.
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Renault Zoe EV will rival the likes of Tata Altroz and more once launched in India.
Talking more of its looks, the car wears the trapezoidal Renault logo at the front. The bumper lower down the logo is clean from any fake vents and is a subtle yet fresh design. However, the flashy bits are the DRLs, which gives the car a sporty appeal altogether. The sides show that Zoe EV is a small car as it measures just a shade over 4 metres. With a funky C-pillar, Zoe EV tries to look fresh and the C-pillar mounted door handle also spruce it up further. The rear-end also gives it a fashionista look with a wrap-around windscreen and LED tail lamps.
With a subtle yet smart rear-end, Zoe EV comes up as one smart yet practical car.
In terms of powertrain options, the Zoe EV will replicate the same spec sheet in India as that of the internationally sold car. It will get 2 different powertrain options to choose from. There will be a 108PS motor on offer alongside a powerful 135PS motor, which will aid the Zoe EV with a range of 395 km and 386 km respectively.
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On the sides, the Zoe EV boasts of a set of beautifully crafted alloy wheels and very funky c-pillar.
With its pricing, Renault will be taking a different route altogether as the manufacturer will introduce this premium EV via CKD route. Thus making it compete against the much-awaited Tata Altroz EV and the likes. As of now, there’s not much that has been revealed about the car, but one thing we are pretty sure of is that Renault is prominently looking to grab a big-bite in the newly baked cake of EV market.
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