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Zoe provides smooth switch to electric cars

With every new electric car, you could be forgiven for thinking we’re getting closer to an environmentalist’s dream of carbon-free motoring.

Of course, there’s still the dirty little secret that the electricity used to charge the cars has yet to be generated entirely from rainbows, but with each new arrival comes fewer and fewer everyday compromises.

A prime example of this is Renault’s Zoe, an electric alternative to the likes of its maker’s own Clio supermini. Cars like the Zoe herald the introduction of products designed from the outset as full electric vehicles, not modified existing cars.

Of course we’ve seen most of this before in Nissan’s similarly sized Leaf, although the Japanese firm’s offering is pitched at more affluent buyers. The Zoe’s interior therefore might not be as plush, but the price tag is closer to the aforementioned Clio.

Visually the Zoe is as sensible as they come and, in 
truth, puts some of its engine-powered rivals to shame in the looks department. Inside, the Zoe’s light and airy cabin is a welcome attribute.


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