Our latest concept car is defined by its expressive design, a Renault ZOE with sportiness taken to the extreme.
An exercise in style that embodies our passion for automobiles combined with the exceptional potential of the electric vehicle in terms of driving enjoyment.
Satin Blue bodywork inspired by the Renault e.dams single-seater livery, touches of yellow, C -Shape lighting signature and the Renault diamond brought to the fore with a vertical and back-lit treatment... Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept embodies and enhances the Renault brand identity.
The design and calibration of the Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept chassis have greatly benefited from the expertise of our Renault Sport Cars teams, experts for some of the Renault Group's most radical sports vehicles. The quest for the highest level of dynamic performance guided their technical decisions. A tubular chassis created by TORK Engineering, "double-triangle" suspension at the front and rear, 20-inch wheels and OHLINS "four-way" adjustable shock absorbers provide the Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept with ultimate performance on the circuit.
Thanks to its architecture, its on-board power and power transmission management, the Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept performs at the highest level. Thanks to its weight/power ratio (1460 kg including driver/460 hp) and 640 Nm torque (320 Nm per engine) available almost instantly, it can reach 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 210 Km/h in under 10 seconds.
Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept features two engines using high capacity permanent magnet technology to achieve a total power of 340 kW, around 460 hp. These engines are supplied by two batteries with a storage capacity of 40 kW that allow full power to be achieved.
The embedded electronics precisely and dynamically control the energy provided by the batteries. The pilot can choose from four driving modes, depending on whether they prioritise sportiness or driving range. In addition, the air and water cooling system helps to maintain the correct temperature for the electronics and the batteries.
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