Renault ZOE e-Sport: The quietest rise of Goodwood with video included

Presented at the Geneva Motor Show this year, the Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept was one of the surprises of this year’s Festival of Speed (Goodwood Festival of Speed). Fast and quiet, so was the rise that annually is celebrated in this event of the United Kingdom.

Not to be outdone, with its 460 hp electric , this French electric dimension contained more than the new Audi RS5. It has two 230 hp electric motors each coming from the Formula E and located on the front and rear axle of the ZOE e-Sport. All this power makes it propel from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 3.2 seconds. In short, we are talking about a sports utility, with all-wheel drive, and 460 hp. Nothing bad.

The surname e-Sport, in addition to mentioning that it is an electric model, highlights the widened body, rear spoiler, and sports tires, as well as the colors chosen by Renault, which give it a futuristic touch.

To give life to all this power, the Renault ZOE e-Sport has a battery of 40 kWh. This package, made up of lithium ion batteries connected to each other, offers an extra weight of 450 kilograms and is the same that is mounted on the Renault ZOE ZE 40, which reaches a range of 403 kilometers.

In the video, you will be able to see how this prototype of the French brand of about 1,400 kilograms of weight moves, thanks to a distribution in the power of 50% in each axis. Undoubtedly, and as you can see in the daily news, vehicles, both electric and hybrid, are the order of the day, and appear at events such as this past weekend at Goodwood, is no accident. The climb will be quiet, yes, but it is equal to or faster than that of any sports car.

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