Zoe crash test shows just one of 100 electric vehicles Renault demolished in development
On Twitter, Renault team members wrote, "As you can see, the battery (located under the chassis) has not been affected by the crash," and "The front end must be capable of absorbing the shock to protect the passengers. From 64km/h to 0 in just 50 cm!" In American, that's from 40 miles per hour to zero in 19.6 inches. What's even more impressive is that Renault has revealed that, "During its conception, nearly 100 ZOE have been sacrificed for greater safety (frontal impact, side impact, offside impact...)." Oh, the humanity. But we're guessing you're hungry for more. If so, check out the video below.
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