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There are only a few months left until the new Renault Zoe hits UK roads, with the vehicle presenting drivers with many standout features.
For starters, the full-electric supermini allows motorists to travel between 60 and 90 miles – depending on weather conditions – when the battery is fully charged.
Once the battery has run out of juice, drivers can top up the power source back to full in around nine hours. However, a quick charge can get the Renault Zoe back up and running in just 30 minutes.
Despite all of these environmentally-friendly features, the car is also able to reach 62mph from rest in just 13 seconds and can achieve a staggering 84mpg when motorists drive efficiently.
As if all of this was not enough, a touchscreen and voice activated dashboard system, cruise control, traction control and hill-start assist function are all fitted to the entry-level Expression Renault Zoe as standard.
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