Renault recently has revealed a few model of Renault Concept cars and here we would like to share some of the short info regarding 3 of the Renault Concept car which is The Fluence, Twizy & Zoe Z.E. Electric Vehicleh concept cars. Two of it which is Zoe and Twizy will be released to customer and the production will starts in 2010. The concept model really attractive and surely can hit the world car market after it is in the production line.
RENAULT CONCEPT CAR – FLUENCE, ZOE & TWIZY Z.E. ELECTRIC VEHICLE
RENAULT FLUENCE Z.E. ELECTRIC SEDAN
Renault revealed electric vehicle concept cars in Frankfurt including the two-seater Twizy Z.E. mini, the Zoe Z.E. small coupe and the Fluence Z.E. Compact sedan. All of the prototype models use similar technology to the Nissan Leaf EV that was uncovered this past summer. According to Renault, all four cars preview the firm’s electric vehicle range which will be released from 2011.
The concept model is equipped with a 70kW or 95HP electric motor that is powered by a set of lithium-ion batteries that give the saloon 100 miles / 160 kilometers driving range.
RENAULT Zoe Z.E. which is a compact-sized, four seater supermini with scissor doors at the front and butterfly doors at the rear. The funky looking French concept is motivated by a 70kW / 93 horsepower electric motor with the lithium-ion batteries promising to offer a driving range of around 100 miles or 160 kilometers.
The Zoe Z.E. also gets massive 21-inch alloy wheels and a retractable rear spoiler for greater aerodynamic efficiency while the photovoltaic cells on the rooftop recover solar energy to power the climate control system
Twizy Z.E. based 1+1 seater that will be manufactured at Renault’s Valladolid factory in Spain from 2011.
Earlier this week, a letter of intent was signed between the Renault-Nissan Alliance, the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) and the French Strategic Investment Fund (FSI) to form a joint venture company that would develop and manufacture batteries for the group’s electric vehicles.
Today, the French automaker not only reconfirmed production of the futuristic looking Twizy Z.E. city car (for Zero Emission) and the funky Zoe Z.E. sporty supermini, but it also revealed the plants where the two cars will be built.