On display at the show will be Renault’s crossover line-up of All-New Koleos, Kadjar and New Captur. As a Go Ultra Low manufacturer partner, Renault will also have its all-electric vehicle range on display with ZOE Z.E.40, Kangoo Van Z.E. 33 and Twizy available for visitors to test drive throughout the day, all of which are Congestion Charge exempt.
Test drives will take place throughout the day from the Go Ultra Low stand on Regent Street and will take drivers through the West End to Berkeley Square and back, showing visitors the benefits of driving a fully-electric vehicle.
The one-day motor show, with attendance expected to be around half a million people, takes place the day before the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run – the longest running motoring event in the world – of which Renault has been an official manufacturer partner for over thirty years. On Sunday 5th November, a newly refurbished 1900 Renault Type C, from Renault UK’s own heritage vehicle collection, will tackle the 60-mile course to the South Coast in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
Jeremy Townsend, Communications Director, Groupe Renault UK, said: “Renault has been supporting London Motor Week since it started seven years ago, so it’s great to return to the West End with our crossover line-up and range of electric vehicles – catering to all requirements. The Regent Street Motor Show is now well established on the motoring calendar and we look forward to welcoming visitors on 4th November to take a look at our range including All-New Koleos as well as take part in Z.E. test drives in glorious Central London surroundings.”
The award-winning Renault ZOE is an all-electric, five-door family hatchback providing the highest range of any mainstream electric vehicle with 250 miles (NEDC). With a high level of standard specification, the ZOE starts from just £14,425 (excluding battery hire, including Plug-in Car Grant). With zero emissions in use, the ZOE is tax-free and exempt from the Congestion Charge. Standard specification includes items such as climate control and sat-nav and, depending on version, ZOE is able to charge from empty to 80 per cent full in just 30 minutes using a rapid charger. ZOE was the best-selling electric car in Europe in 2016.
Renault Kangoo Z.E. 33
The New Kangoo Van Z.E. 33 has the longest range of any pure electric van on sale today with 170 miles (NEDC) of range on a single charge, amounting to over 50 per cent more range than previous version. As it produces zero emissions, the Kangoo Z.E. 33 is Congestion Charge-exempt. It is available in four body styles to suit every need and is priced from £14,194.67 (after Plug-in Van Grant, excluding VAT). Renault is Europe’s leading manufacturer of all-electric LCVs and Kangoo Z.E. has been the best-selling electric van in Europe since it was introduced in 2011.
Renault’s eye-catching two-seater Twizy is powered by a 13kW (17hp) motor with a limited top speed of around 50 mph. The zero-emission-in-use compact quadricycle with a full charge gives a range of 60 miles (NEDC), making electric motoring practical, economic and environmentally friendly. The Twizy is priced from £6,995.
All-New Renault Koleos
The All-New Koleos large SUV provides a muscular yet stylish exterior coupled with luxurious interior comfort and a high level of standard specification. Best-class rear legroom, Hands Free Parking, opening panoramic sunroof and smartphone replication are all available with two engine and two transmission choices. The All-New Koleos is available from £27,500.
The Renault Kadjar is an innovative and individual family crossover. Available with a choice of two diesel and two petrol efficient yet powerful engines with manual or EDC automatic transmissions the Kadjar receives two- or four-wheel drive and five trim levels. Priced from £19,785, Kadjar offers exceptional running costs with CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km and combined cycle fuel economy of 74.3mpg.
New Renault Captur
The New Renault Captur, recently refreshed, is the French brand’s small yet bold crossover. It is available with front parking sensors, Blind Spot Warning, Hands-Free Parking and fixed panoramic sunroof across five trim levels. The Captur provides a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines with either manual or EDC automatic transmissions. The New Renault Captur is available from £15,615. Captur was Europe’s best-selling B-SUV in 2016 with 215,679 vehicles sold.