Electric Car Reviews

New Renault Kangoo Z.E.: longer driving range and faster, easier charging

In January 2017, tailor-made business vehicle specialist Renault Pro+ presented New Kangoo Z.E., a pioneering electric van that comes with a wealth of innovations designed to better meet customer requirements and environmental targets.

New Kangoo Z.E.’s driving range marks an increase that could reach over One half, which suggests it will cover more ground than its predecessor, reaching 270km over an NEDC cycle (1) (corresponding to 200km real use in summer) in comparison to 170km previously. The latest battery mated to the next motor as well as incorporation of a electric combine to supply the perfect driving range in the electric LCV (light commercial vehicle) market.

A whole new, twice-as-powerful charger enables the vehicle’s battery to generally be fully charged within 6 hours (easily possible overnight), whilst a one-hour lunch hour allows plenty of time to add a 35-kilometre top-up, helping users to produce optimum by using their evening. New connected services, Z.E. Trip and Z.E. Pass, simplify the charging process at public charging stations across Europe, which inturn eases day-to-day life for LCV users.

Kangoo Z.E. has topped the European small electric van sell for days gone by six years, achieving sales more than 25,000 units since its launch in October 2011. New Kangoo Z.E. is built in France and are to be found in Europe from mid-2017.

NEDC driving range extended by above One half to 270km
New Kangoo Z.E. boasts four major new innovations: a fresh battery, a brand new motor, a whole new charger and the incorporation on the electric for your climate control system.

New Kangoo Z.E. duly offers unrivalled driving range from the LCV market, achieving 270km over an NEDC cycle

Related posts

2019 Sonata Plug-In Hybrid Unveiled At Chicago Auto Show


2019 Nissan LEAF priced from $30,680 before incentives


2019 Audi A3 Sportback e-tron priced from $38,900 before incentives