The Renault Zoe has received a Euro NCAP rating of zero stars. During the safety test, the French car manufacturer’s compact EV scored 43 per cent for “Adult Occupant” safety; 52 per cent in the “Child Safety” category; 41 per cent in the category of “Vulnerable Road Users”; and only 14 per cent in the “Safety Assist” category. Watch the safety test below…
Renault, however, maintains that the Zoe E-Tech Electric “is a safe vehicle”
Speaking to UK-based publication Autocar, Renault, however, maintained that the Zoe E-Tech Electric “is a safe vehicle, which complies with all regulatory safety standards”. The firm continued, saying “these standards are constantly evolving and are becoming more stringent in all domains, especially in safety.
“Renault therefore continually improves its offer in order to comply with the regulations applicable where its vehicles are sold”. The automaker added: “Renault takes note of the results published by EuroNCAP following specific tests on Zoe E-Tech Electric according to its new protocol implemented in 2020.”