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After three generations (since 1992) and nearly four million units sold in 25 countries worldwide, the Twingo has taken a new direction with the introduction of an all-electric variant: the Twingo Z.E. The Renault Twingo Z.E. will be on the market at the end of 2020.

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The expectations of the Renault Twingo Z.E.

The Renault Twingo Z.E. is equipped with a 22 kWh lithium-ion battery from LG Chem. The electric motor in the electric Twingo produces 82 hp (60 kW) and a torque of 160 Nm. Acceleration from standstill to 50 km/h takes about four seconds and the top speed is 135 km/h. At a 22 kW charging point, the battery of the Twingo Z.E. can be charged up to 80% in thirty minutes.

Charging options Renault Twingo Z.E.

The Twingo Z.E. has a combined WLTP range of 180 kilometres. According to Renault, the WLTP City cycle takes you about 250 kilometres. The average commuting distance in Europe is 30 kilometres. This is therefore easy to bridge. 

What Cable Soolutions has to offer

To charge your Renault Twingo Z.E. effectively, you will need to purchase a type 2 3-phase 32A charging station and charging cables. Cable Soolutions can provide you with these high quality charging posts and charging cables. Take a look at the range, feel free to ask your questions and choose your matching charging station and charging cables to get the most out of your electric car.

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