DesignCould outrun Usain Bolt
The regular Zoe doesn’t chase performance, but it’s the entire point of the e-Sport. Punchy twin electric motors give 460bhp and all-wheel drive – which would make this both Renault’s most powerful ever hot hatch and its first to get all-wheel-drive. If it ever makes production. Unleash the lot from a standstill and the e-Sport can scorch to 62mph in just 3.2 seconds and crack 130mph in less than ten. That’s pretty quick. The battery’s a pretty titchy 40kWh to help keep weight down, so this is definitely a car built more for sprints than distance. Suits us.