Zero Emissions Concept from Renault to Provide Clean and Affordable Transportation

Renault is a company that isn't often featured in the headlines for having the latest and greatest concepts. This isn't to say they don't produce great vehicles; it really comes down to marketing. However, that may change within the next few years as the automaker has announced a new eco-friendly concept they are already planning on producing.

The new Zoe Zero Emissions Concept, or Zoe ZE for short, will be an all-electric plug in vehicle that features a quick swap battery. Renault is claiming the pack can be removed and replaced in about 3 minutes. This will make the idea of owning more than one battery pack very appealing as one could be in use while the other is being charged.

According to Renault, a dead battery can be "adequately" charged in about 20 minutes, with a full charge taking between 4 and 8 hours. The actual charge time will depend on the voltage being applied.

The concept will be equipped with a cabin filtration system that can actually detect pollution and close the vents so none is allowed to enter the passenger area. According to some reports, a system to dispense relaxing aromas via oils is also being looked at.

Renault is expecting to release the vehicle sometime in 2012.

World Car Fans
Jan 7, 2010
by Anonymous

This Id drive, Nice

Produce this Renault, nice work,.
Id rent this.

Worldwide demand,.