The first Renault Z.E. cars are now on the road and we really love reading the feedback from our customers about their new experiences. Among the pioneers driving a Renault Z.E., some are none other than… celebrities! Let’s have a closer look at some of our most famous ambassadors.
Renault Z.E. cars for Dame Ellen MacArthur & Yann Arthus Bertrand, both crafting a better world
Last November, Ellen MacArthur picked up the keys to a brand new black Renault Kangoo Z.E. for her Foundation. It’s the logical choice for the famous sailor, who is very concerned by the protection of the environment and wants to promote green awareness among future generations. By driving a Kangoo Z.E., there’s no doubt her projects will still have wind in their sails!
Then, in December, French photographer, reporter and ecologist Yann Arthus-Bertrand took delivery of a Renault Fluence Z.E. After trying it out for only one weekend, he was already praising the driving pleasure and the comfort of his new car. By driving a Renault electric car, Yann Arthus-Bertrand believes we can “meet our present needs without compromising the ability of future generation to meet theirs”
Renault Twizy never ceases to amaze us! Despite our electric urban two-seaters, both agile and safe, not quite yet being available in the showrooms, the lucky few who have had the chance to try it have already given their verdict: they simply love it. Tomer Sisley, the hero of Largo Winch, was amongst the first lucky drivers. He actually made Twizy the highlight of the famous French magazine, “Auto Moto”. Let’s watch this video, shot on the streets of Cannes’.
What about you? Which celebrity would you like to see driving a Z.E. car?
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