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Renault Zoe electric Sport concept - 2017 electric cars

Renault Zoe electric Sport concept
Renault Zoe electric Sport concept

Renault Zoe e-Sport concept.The Renault Zoe hatchback, a low-powered all-electric runabout, has about as little in common with Formula 1 autoes as a Ford Fusion does with its NASCAR counterpart. But a racy-looking new concept version of the Zoe at the Geneva auto show highlights the little EV's performance potential by connecting it with Renault's efforts in the Formula E electrical hastening series.

Renault Zoe electric Sport concept
Renault Zoe electric Sport concept

The Renault Zoe e-sport concept facets two electrical machines, one in the front and one in the rear, obliging 456 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque in total. That's a whole lot more than the 270 -horse ceiling for Formula E race cars, and it's a significant amount of superpower for the roughly 3000 -pound Zoe. A relatively significant 40 -kWh artillery is responsible for a third of that mass, while a carbon-fiber body eggshell works to counteract the added poundage. Renault claims a brisk zero-to -62 -mph day of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 130 mph.

Renault Zoe electric Sport concept

The Zoe e-sport concept is strictly a two-seater, and the interior is divested out, with an F1-inspired squared-off steering wheel, a minimalist dashboard, and hastening tushes shaven in grippy microsuede. We're smitten with the exterior, which is aggressive and extreme with gigantic front air uptakes, carbon-fiber-trimmed place ventilates, and sinister-looking covered taillights. It too sits considerably lower than the stock Zoe and uses the same Ohlins movable dampers as Renault's extreme sizzling incubate, the Megane R.S. 275 Trophy-R.

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Renault isn't likely to build anything like this for make, and even if it did, we certainly wouldn't get it in the United States. But even so, it's cool to meet the French company compound its hot-hatch knowledge with its endeavours into electrification.

Source : Caranddriver.com
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