Renault Twizy: The Coolest Car?

The Renault Twizy is an electric vehicle that runs with the help of a battery and contains two seats. This car is officially considered as a heavy quadricycle or a light quadricycle for Urban 45 model of lower power in Europe, manufactured by Renault in an entire Valladolid in Spain. This electric vehicle has a range of 62 mi or 100 km, which is a maximum one.

When Twizy becomes top sellers

In March 2012, this car was made public for sales in France and after this month, it was available in the United Kingdom and many other European countries. This car comes with three different versions which has a price range of €6,990 up to €8,490 and GB?6, 990 to GB?7, 400 according to UK currency. These prices of sales do not include the amount of batteries which will be rented on the basis of monthly fees which also offers a replacement guarantee on batteries in some cases such as insufficient capacity, roadside assistance and battery breakdown.

During the year of 2012, the Twizy was one of the one top selling electric or plug-in vehicles in the Europe. From March 2012 to May 2013, over 10,000 units of the Renault Twizy were sold with France, Italy and Germany as one of the top selling markets.

Specifications

The lithium ion battery of 22 MJ or 6.1 kWh is placed under the front seat of this car. Both of the motor variants bear the similar weight of 1,045 lb (474 kg) which also includes batteries of 220 lb (100 kg). The range of this car is homologated at 62 mi (100 km). In real circumstances, Renault publicizes around 50 mi (80 km) while in worst situations like no eco-driving or high speed; it can reach up to 31 mi (50 km).

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