The popular Renault Master van is now available in a fully electric variant, called Z.E.33.
As its name implies, it has a 33kWh battery pack (31kWh useable) and a 7.2kw AC charger. The exact same setup you can find onthe Kangoo Z.E.33.
The motor is just 76hp (you read well!) and the maximum speed is limited at 100 kph. You can immediately tell that this vehicle is focused for a local usage. As for the other Renault vehicles to date, there is no DC capability and this means you need a minimum of 5 hours to fully charge this van.
You can get the Master Z.E. as a panel van, from 8 till 17 cubic meters (3 lenghts, 2 heights), or on a platform cab, for all sorts of transformations. It can carry 1000 to 1100kg of cargo.
The range is 200km NEDC, which means somewhere between 100 and 150km in real life, depending on your load and driving style.
This van is available from €70.800 after grant, which seems quite disproportionate, but keep in mind that this vehicle is aimed at profesionals, who usually prefer to lease. Lease prices would have to be much more competitive. More information about the Master Z.E.33 is available on Renault website.
Renault Master Z.E.33 SL31 – €71,800
Renault Master Z.E.33 SM31 – €72,400
Renault Master Z.E.33 MM31 – €73,200
Renault Master Z.E.33 LM31 – €74,000
Renault Master Z.E.33 Platform ML31 – €70,700
Renault Master Z.E.33 Platform LL31 – €71,500