The Renault City K-ZE was the 6th fully electric vehicle in the Renault range and also the cheapest available on the market.
The crossover design offered great quality for its price and was basically a Renault Kwid with an electric power train.
The exterior was specific to the new Renault’s language and the K-Ze offered a premium look.
The interior had nice finishes, and even if lots of hard black plastics were used, they were well put together.
Luxury was not a word to defined the K-Ze’s cabin, however, the storage spaces offered were decent and the seats were comfortable.
Surprisingly, a big infotainment with a good image quality was offered.
Designed for city use only, the K-Ze offered only 44 hp and 120 nM. A single speed transmission was offered.
The K-Ze weighed only 921 kg and was able to reach 60 kph in less than 7 seconds. The top speed was rated at 105 kph.
The narrow wheels mounted on the K-Ze were designed to save electricity.
The chassis was pretty solid for such a cheap car and the steering was adequate even on corners.
The K-Ze had an estimated range of 271 km, however, Renault advised on a maximum of 350 km depending on the road and driving conditions.