That’s an increase of 108 miles over the outgoing car and comes thanks to a new 41kWh battery, up from 22kWh. It means the 2017 Zoe can travel 93 miles further than a Nissan Leaf on one full battery charge, although real world driving ranges can often be less than the claimed figure.
According to the Dutch information the top-specification variant of the 2017 car produces a maximum of 89bhp, with a middle specification offering 87bhp and then 76bhp for the entry-level model, meaning a more affordable version of the Zoe looks set to be added to the line-up. There's no confirmation that all of these variants will be offered in the UK.
Just one picture was included with the leaked release. It shows a car looking similar to the current Zoe, suggesting the facelift’s most significant updates are beneath the skin.
The technical details have since been removed from Renault’s Dutch media site. The 2017 Renault Zoe will make its official debut at the Paris motor show tomorrow