The New Renault ZOE 50 Has Been Priced — But Here’s Why The ZOE 40 is More Important

Back in June, Renault confirmed the 2020 Renault ZOE would feature a larger, higher-capacity 52 kilowatt-hour battery pack. Called the Renault ZOE 50, it would offer a WLTP range of 390 kilometers per charge.

Earlier this week, Renault officially priced that model — but while the new Renault 50 represents a great deal, it’s actually not the best value Renault you can buy.

That, we think, might be the entry-level ZOE, which, along with this new upgrade, has increased its battery capacity from 22 kilowatt-hours to 41 kilowatt-hours.

Here’s why this change is so important for Renault — and EV owners in Europe.

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