Renault ZOE R110 prices and specs revealed

Renault has tweaked the all-electric ZOE for 2018, adding the option of a new, much more powerful electric motor and some new customisation and finish options. It’s available to purchase now, priced from £18,420, including the Government’s plug-in car grant.
Called ZOE R110, the new electric motor is the same size and weight as the previous R90 powertrain, and takes up the same footprint in the ZOE’s chassis. It’s much more powerful, though, packing 80kW compared with the 68kW of the older motor. It provides the same 186-mile ‘real world’ electric range.
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It implies that the most powerful ZOE on sale now packs 107bhp, though torque remains at 225Nm. Renault claims that the changes haven’t affected the ZOE’s low-speed performance, but the car is now much more comfortable on faster roads, and is two seconds faster from 50mph to 75mph (80-120kph). The new R110 will accelerate from 0-62mph in 11.9 seconds. A less-powerful Q90 model is still available.

In addition to the new motor, the revised ZOE now provides Android car connectivity, which works alongside Renault’s updated R-Link evolution infotainment system. The 2018 MY range has been simplified, however, with Renault providing just two trims for the new year. entry cars will be badged Dynamique Nav and come with car lights and wipers, voice-controlled TomTom nav and rear parking sensors. signature Nav tops the range, with a Bose stereo, heated front seats and a reversing camera.
Elsewhere, a new dark metallic purple paint colour has been made available on Dynamique Nav ZOEs, which can be paired with a purple interior trim pack, too. This introduces a violet satin finish on the dashboard, air vents, gear lever and speakers.
The £18,240 list price gets you a ZOE Dynamique Nav R110, while the signature Nav costs £20,670. The Q90 (with quick charge) is still available, and the two specs cost £19,170 and £21,420 respectively. 
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