Proving good things can come in small packages, The Renault ZOE has been voted ‘Best Small Electric Car’ at the prestigious What Car? awards.
A seventh consecutive success for the ZOE in the annual ceremony secures its place as the go-to choice when it comes to small plug-in.
Don’t, however be fooled by its size. The ZOE is certainly capable of an impressive array of features that have all contributed to its success.
With a driving range of up to 245 miles (WLTP), thanks to its new 52kWh battery, the ZOE comes fully prepared with its free, fully installed (7kWh) fast-charging home wall box that comes with all orders.
It doesn’t stop there. The New ZOE has been refreshed both inside and out and its new, dynamic exterior gives it a sleek and modern appearance, helped in no small part by the inclusion of standard LED headlamps across the range.
Step inside and you’ll see a super-slick dashboard layout that comprises a 10-inch TFT instrument cluster and EASY LINK infotainment system with 9.3-inch portrait screen, featuring real-time charging information and Android Auto and Apple Car Play. Iconic models also include a unique seat fabric that is made from 100% recycled materials.
Commenting on the What Car? wins, Gilles Normand, senior Vice President, Electric vehicles & mobility Services, Group Renault said: “we are delighted that the New ZOE has been recognized by the team at What Car? with this incredible award. To win for a seventh year certainly gives the whole Renault team a great sense of pride. Electric vehicles are becoming even more popular and Renault remains at the forefront of the market with the New ZOE. With greater range, more technology and enhanced trims, customers have an even greater opportunity to find a model that perfectly fits their lifestyle”.
The award-winning ZOE – the electric, versatile car that proves there has never been a better time to Make The Switch to Electric.
New ZOE is priced from £25,670 OTR including the Plug-In car Grant and is available to order now.
Renault is the number one EV manufacturer in Europe.