Name - 
  • Code Name - Renault Zoe E-Sport Concept
  • Type - 2 Seater Electric SubCompact Track Car
Performance -
  • Horsepower - 460hp (343kW)
  • Torque - 640Nm (472lb.ft)
  • Top Speed - 210+kmph (130+mph) in <10 seconds (electronically limited)
  • Acceleration - 0-100kmph (0-62mph) in 3.2 seconds

Specifications -
  • Motor - high-capacity permanent magnet, axle mounted, one on each axle
  • Powertrain - 4 wheel drive (single speed, fixed gear)

Body -

  • Aerodynamics - large air dam and splitter at the front, a flat floor/undercarriage, large rear diffuser. gaping tracts in rear doors and a large rear spoiler 
  • Structure - full carbon Fiber body, track-spec intertwined chassis tubular steel roll cage ( by TORK Engineering), kevlar panels.
  • Suspension -  Double Wishbone (very stiff) with four-way adjustable dampers (by Ohlins)
  • Wheels - centrally-locking diamond cut 20inch aluminium alloy rims with racing brakes and  245/35 R20 tires
  • Interior - slick race-spec digital dash, FIA Recaro bucket seats with harnesses, rectangular steering wheel, square dashboard display (to adjust powertrain settings and control energy consumption). de-cluttered concept interior design with lashings of Alcantara and angular switches and vents
  • Total Car Weight - 1403kg (3086 lbs)

Battery - 

  • Battery Pack - 40kWh Lithium Ion, occupying ~0.25 cubic meters of space.
  • Battery Weight - 450kg (1000lbs)
Timeline -
  • Release Year - 2017
  • Production Year - 2016
  • Availability Year - None

Notes -
  1. It takes only a few tenths of a second for the ZOE e-sport concept's motors to reach 4,300rpm.
  2. Its doors are opened by a simple tap on the 'open' zone incorporating tactile sensors.
  3. The dash panel features three zones that permit management of the gearbox, driving mode (four options available) and brake distribution.
  4. An air-and-water cooling system with a front-mounted radiator is used to make sure that the battery and control systems operate at the ideal temperature.
  5. The electronic settings offer four driving modes that adapt, depending on whether the driver wants performance or a longer range. They can also be tailored to suit different types of circuit and driving styles, adjusting the power delivery between the two motors to place greater emphasis on front or rear-wheel drive.
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