With technology gleaned from Renault's Formula E racing efforts, Renault turned its EV into a monster.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
1
of 16

Two electric motors provide nearly 460 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
2
of 16

A carbon fiber body brings the curb weight down to just over 3,000 pounds.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
3
of 16

The Zoe E-Sport will hit 62 mph in 3.2 seconds, which is proper supercar territory

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
4
of 16

This matte blue paint looks the business.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
5
of 16

This color scheme is a nod to the Renault Formula E team.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
6
of 16

The inside is radically different from the regular Zoe.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
7
of 16

The big center display is gone, and in its place is a clean dashboard with a few switches and vents that look rather sharp along the edges.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
8
of 16

There's a motorsport-inspired steering wheel and gauge cluster, too.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
9
of 16

Can you buy one? Nope. Will Renault ever make one? Nope.

Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
10
of 16
Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
11
of 16
Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
12
of 16
Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
13
of 16
Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
14
of 16
Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
15
of 16
Published:Caption:Photo:Renault
16
of 16
Up Next

Mercedes Digital Light shows you more than what's in front of you