Thursday, September 17, 2009

Renault presented the range of All-Electric Zero-Emission Vehicles from 2011

Renault Fluence Z.E. Concept

Electric vehicles represent the clean-break solution that can put zero-emission mobility within everybody's reach. In line with the brand's Renault eco² environmental policy, Renault Z.E. electric vehicles are poised to be marketed on a large scale with a view to taking a decisive stand on the environmental front.

2011 will see Renault begin the marketing of affordable production electric vehicles. The Renault-Nissan Alliance is targeting to be the leader in the sale of mass market zero-emission vehicles. The four electric concept cars on show in Frankfurt provide a preview of Renault's range of vehicles due to be released from 2011.

Renault Twizy Z.E. Concept

Twizy Z.E. Concept: 100% Electric, 100% Practical and 100% Innovative

Twizy Z.E. Concept is an innovative response to the challenge of urban mobility. With its four-wheel chassis, Twizy Z.E. Concept offers the driver and passenger – seated one behind the other – an allelectric means of transport which produces no CO2 emissions.

Twizy Z.E. Concept is compact, nimble and practical – everything you need in city traffic. The wraparound bodywork creates a safe, reassuring cocoon which offers first class protection for both the driver and the passenger.

Power comes from a 15kW electric motor which develops 70Nm of torque, making Twizy Z.E. Concept versatile and easy to drive. The acceleration performance of Twizy Z.E. Concept in urban and suburban traffic is comparable to that of a 125cc motorbike.

Renault ZOE Z.E. Concept

Zoe Z.E. Concept: Zero Emissions and A Perfectly Reassuring Ride

Zoe Z.E. Concept is evidence that an all-electric zero-emission vehicle can also boast smart, appealing looks. Zoe Z.E. Concept's special roof optimizes the management of the climate control system to ensure extended range, while the ambience inside the cabin can be customized.

Over and above its traditional role, the climate control system breaks new ground thanks to its hydrating, 'detox' and active scent functions which combine to enhance the travelling experience. Zoe Z.E. Concept is a compact, versatile daily driver which represents a new way of experiencing mobility thanks to a choice of three battery-charging techniques.

Renault Fluence Z.E. Concept

Fluence Z.E. Concept: An Attractive, Spacious Electric Family Car

Fluence Z.E. Concept is a statement of Renault's intention to produce a range of zero-emission vehicles that meet the needs of all types of customer. Fluence Z.E. Concept is a genuine family car which demonstrates that attractive styling, comfort and space can go hand in hand with respect for the environment.

Fluence Z.E. Concept is an all-electric car with a range of 160km. The battery can be charged using one of three methods: a standard charge (between four and eight hours), a quick charge (20 minutes) or an immediate solution (three minutes) which takes the form of the exclusive 'Quickdrop' rapid battery exchange system.

Fluence Z.E. Concept previews the forthcoming electric version of Fluence, and represents a solution to zero-emission motoring in the world of tomorrow.

Renault Kangoo Z.E. Concept

KANGOO Z.E. Concept

Kangoo Z.E. Concept is based on Renault Kangoo and brings zero-emission mobility to the business road-user.

Kangoo Z.E. Concept is powered by a 70kW electric motor which delivers 226Nm of torque, in conjunction with a lithium-ion battery. Energy consumption is minimized thanks not only to the careful attention that has been paid to its overall design but also to energy optimization solutions, without the necessary high standard of comfort suffering in any way.

Kangoo Z.E. Concept's many information functions make it a particularly user-friendly, efficient and interactive vehicle.

Images : Renault Fluence Z.E. Concept

Images : Renault Kangoo Z.E. Concept

Images : Renault Twizy Z.E. Concept

Images : Renault ZOE Z.E. Concept

{source : RENAULT]


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