Renault has won the “Versatile 4-seater electric vehicle” and “Compact electric sedan” contracts in a new call for bids launched by Union des Groupements d’Achats Publics (UGAP, a public procurement group).
As part of the call for bids launched in October 2012, Renault positioned ZOE in the “Versatile 4-seater electric vehicle” category and Fluence Z.E. in the “Compact electric sedan” category.
With Renault ZOE and Renault Fluence Z.E., UGAP will offer electric mobility for the needs of the government and public authorities. In all, Renault will supply more than 17,000 electric vehicles in the next three years to UGAP for the public order and to the order group of 20 large companies for the initial call for bids, as part of which more than 15,000 Kangoo Z.E. vehicles are currently being delivered.
Launched in France in late 2012 and retailing from €13,700 including VAT (tax incentive deducted, battery rental starting at €79 a month including VAT for an annual 12,500 km over three years), Renault ZOE will be broadly available in the French sales network from March 2013 and in other European countries in the following months.
by Dan Mihalascu
) - Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 - filed under Industry
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