A new version of the Renault Zoe has just been launched, aimed at the commercial segment in search of a zero emission vehicle. Thanks to its swift charge time and battery range of 240 km, it can be used for a whole day’s pollution-free work.
The ZOE 240 Societé’s range and extensive set of features demonstrate that Renault has invested a great deal of effort into transforming this model into a leading reference for the electric vehicle market. Its R-Link integrated tablet and Carminant Tom Tom ZE satellite navigation system provide all the necessary smart driving aids as you glide through the city, powered by the vehicle’s silent zero-emission engine.
This is a model conceived for distributors, companies specializing in take-away, surveillance or maintenance services, and municipal public services operating in cities or on the outskirts.
The LIVE platform encourages and helps companies to weigh up the positive impacts of integrating low-emission vehicles into their fleets. The advantages in terms of the environment and the company’s business image are clear, but there is also the added benefit of the vehicles’ low operating costs (some 2 euros per 100 km), free parking in many cities, reduced rates on toll roads, access to restricted areas, and parking in loading/unloading bays, among others.
All this makes the Zoe 240 an excellent opportunity for many companies to make the move toward zero emission mobility.