Renault have announced pricing and specification for the 2018 Zoe.
The new Zoe will come with a new R110 powerplant which still provides a range of 186 miles but is 16hp more powerful.
For drivers more likely to use rapid chargers, the Q90 option is still available. This charges the Zoe from 0-80% full in just over an hour.
New Renault Zoe will come with two trim levels, Dynamique Nav and Signature Nav.
Entry level Dynamique Nav comes with LED daytime running lights, automatic lights and wipers, rear parking sensors, hands-free keycard, cruise control, climate control, 7-inch R-Link infotainment system with voice-controlled TomTom sat nav and electric windows all as standard.
The range-topping Signature Nav adds electrically folding door mirrors, rear parking camera, premium leather upholstery, BOSE audio system and heated front seats.
Optional spec include new Aconite dark metallic purple paint and optional Purple interior pack along with Android Auto-enabled R-Link Evolution infotainment system.
The Zoe is still available to purchase in two ways. With a battery hire scheme, the Zoe starts at £18,240 OTR after the Government Plug-in Car Grant. Renault battery lease start from £59 a month.
There’s also option to buy the Zoe outright along with the battery with prices starting from £24,020 OTR.
The 2018 Renault Zoe is now ready to be ordered with first deliveries expected in late summer.