Research shows electric vehicles could be driven by two-thirds of us by 2030. Renault is certainly banking on that.
The French manufacturer reckons owning an electric car should not be any more complicated than owning a smartphone: use it, charge it at night, forget about it.Never having to go near a petrol station again is a significant incentive.
The Zoe is the bestselling EV in Europe and this new generation model should knock the first generation’s sales figures into a cocked hat because it has the potential to return 250 miles, between charges. We heard back from Renault Australia and the latest is that there is no confirmation of the model for Australia. Renault Australia insists that it’s pro-EV, but the local market isn’t EV friendly at the moment.
We are still under the impression that wasting money on a vehicle registration wouldn’t be beneficial unless there was a serious intent to launch the product locally.
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