The new Zoe will reportedly be equipped with a 54 kWh battery so the range would increase to around 250 miles under WLTP.
The first non-camouflaged photo of the new, heavily redesigned Renault Zoe popped up recently as the unveiling of the new version is expected on Monday, 17 June.
As we can see, the exterior look doesn't bring any radical changes, just a general improvement in line with the current design language. The headlights will be LED.
Interesting new info is that the parts catalogue shows three battery options - 41 kWh, 30 kWh and 54 kWh. The 54 kWh pack is expected for the new Zoe. The 30 kWh battery might be offered for some other upcoming model.
Inside, the new Zoe is expected to share a lot from the latest generation Clio.
Other than that, Renault probably will expand the package of safety features, adding automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control.
Expected upcoming improvements:
- about 95 kW electric motor, compared to current 80 kW version (R110)
- range of 250 miles under WLTP, compared to 250 miles NEDC in case of current Z.E. 40 (41 kWh) version
- 54 kWh battery
- fast charging up to 100 kW using CCS Combo or 22 kW three-phase