The New Renault ZOE 50: Forbidden Fruit For Some, But Here’s Why Europe Will Love It

The Renault ZOE has now been on sale in Europe (and a few other markets around the world) since 2012. Despite this however, the car’s design hasn’t changed all that much. Instead, Renault has focused on a gradual improvement in battery capacity, motor design and charger design.

This week, Renault unveiled the Renault ZOE 50 — the latest example in the evolution of the model. It’s got the largest battery pack of the model’s history, a more powerful motor, and a dramatically improved interior.

And here’s why we think it’s going to practically fly off dealer lots.

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