Renault’s bet on the Zoe electric vehicle is starting to pay off. Sales climbed to nearly 10,000 units in Europe, and the vehicle is becoming one of the company’s best-selling vehicles.
Despite being only sold in Europe, the Renault Zoe is one of the greatest-selling EV on this planet.
Total deliveries have now surpassed 250,000 items, and what is most surprising is that sales aren’t falling.
Last month, Renault delivered nearly 10,000 Zoe EVs in Europe.
That’s twice as many units as the earlier month and a 156% increase over the same interval in 2019.
In 2019, Renault delivered 45,745 Zoe EVs in Europe. It represents a 19% rise in sales over the past year.
Zoe’s momentum is helped by Renault’s often updates to the automobile with higher specs and new designs.
The 2020 model of the EV brought one of the biggest modifications so far with a new 52 kWh capability.
The brand new Zoe is also outfitted with the latest 100 kW motor to give it a little more power and 50 kW DC fast-charging.
In France, Renault’s largest market for the Zoe, the EV starts at de 23,900 € ($26,000).