The lithium-ion battery by Renault
You can charge your Renault electric car any time!
In fact, the lithium-ion battery installed in all our electric vehicles has no memory effect and can be charged at any time, no matter how much driving range is left.
With this battery, you can even drive in temperatures ranging from -10 °C to 40 °C!
There is a whole range of options for recharging your electric vehicle at home.
Charge your New ZOE at home by installing a home wallbox. New ZOE will charge from 0-100% in 9 hours and 25 minutes from a 7kW wall box, so enjoy your evening, go to bed and wake up to a fully charged ZOE!
If you do decide to go ahead and purchase a New ZOE, Renault provides a free^
fully-installed 7kW home wallbox for all eligible retail customers.
Batteries with no memory effect
The new lithium-ion batteries in Renault Z.E. vehicles have no memory effect.
They can be partially charged at any time without prematurely deteriorating performance. Lithium-ion technology is now the most efficient on the market: its high energy density allows more Wh per kg to be stored for optimised driving range.
There are no restrictions on charging, and you can charge the battery even if it is not completely empty.
A stable battery charge
The battery's daily discharge rate is too low to be significant. It would take several weeks of inactivity to see a significant loss of charge.
Renault charging stations
Most of the Renault sales network is equipped with quick-charge stations in their car parks (with power of 22 kW per charge point).
Visit the page below to locate a charge point.
How can I manage my driving range?
We offer Z.E. connected services that help you manage your driving range. You can also manage your driving range remotely with My Z.E. Connect: you can check the charge level and driving range of your Renault Z.E. vehicle, its current progress when charging, and your recent charge history in real time no matter where you are.
Your driving style also has a direct impact on the driving range of your Renault Z.E..
Here are a few simple tips to optimise your driving style:
How can I check my driving range?
When you are behind the wheel of a Renault Z.E., you can use the energy saver to check your current consumption in real time. The dashboard displays the remaining driving range, calculated based on the battery charge level and your average consumption.
You can also monitor your charge level and remaining driving range remotely from a computer or smartphone, via the My Z.E. Connect service available on all Renault ZOE versions.
How can I improve my driving range?
There are several ways you can maximise your range.
The most important factor is your driving style. To increase the driving range and make the most of regenerative braking, you should adopt eco-driving behaviour: think ahead, use the engine brake, drive sensibly, etc.
Follow the advice on your R-LINK interactive tablet. At the end of each journey, it reviews your journey and gives you useful eco-driving advice to improve your driving range.
And you can turn on the ECO driving mode to improve the driving range even further. The power of the air conditioning or heating and the dynamic performance of your vehicle are reduced to maximise your range. About 8% to 10% of the driving range.
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^ Homecharger provided and installed by BP Chargemaster PLC and only available for eligible retail customers. Must meet the qualifying criteria of the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme. Offer based on a standard single phase domestic installation, carried out by 1 person within a maximum of 6 hours – cable run under 15 metres, no civil works or electrical remedial work required, asbestos free site, working at normal height. Additional costs may apply to installations which do not comply with these conditions. Installation must be carried out within 12 months of vehicle delivery date. For full information on the EVHS grant, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/customer-guidance-electric-vehicle-homecharge-scheme.