RENAULT KANGOO Z.E. EV
Renault introduced the electric version of the Kangoo in 2011. Awarded the International Van of the Year in 2012, the ZE is the leader of the electric van segment in France. A 50% increase in battery capacity came with the new 2017 model providing a real-life range of around 124 miles in summer and 75 miles in winter.
RENAULT KANGOO Z.E. EV SPECS
RENAULT KANGOO Z.E. EV SALES
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THE RENAULT KANGOO Z.E MPV ELECTRIC CAR IN THE NEWS
Week 19 2018 - Renault secures battery sypply for Kangoo in China
The Nissan Renault alliance partners signed a supply agreement with the Chinese battery maker, CATL, to supply them with electric car batteries for the new Nissan Sylphy, which is exclusively for the Chinese market, and the Renault Kangoo Z.E. MPV van. CATL is one of the worlds biggest battery makers and will command nearly 7.5% of all battery production by 2020 with the completion of its 24GWh plant.
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