It needs a mere 3.2 seconds to get from 0 to 62 miles per hour (100 kph) and hits the electronically top speed of 130 miles per hour (210 kph) in less than 10 seconds.
Renault was one of the early players in the electric auto game, but it hasn't joined Tesla in harnessing battery power for insane performance.
Not only does the e-Sport's two electric motors produce nearly twice as much power as a FE racer, it also weighs just 3,086 pounds, thanks to Renault's use of carbon fiber bodywork. Like the Formula E racer, it uses high-capacity magnet technology created to maximize energy efficiency.
There are four driving modes available here, include one that helps conserve battery power by adjusting the power output and distribution of torque.
As in the Formula E cars, the driver can adjust the powertrain settings and control energy consumption. The panel also allows fine-tuning of the transmission and brake bias. The e-sport concept's 1,400kg mass means it's no lightweight, but nearly a third of that comes from the car's batteries. Regarding the matter of dynamic capability, the Zoe e-Sport has a few tricks up its sleeve. Unsurprisingly that's quite a bit quicker than an ordinary Zoe - in fact, it's whopping 10.3sec faster.
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Such performance outstrips some of the most potent supercars and the e-sport concept is built from carbon fibre.
However, the ZOE e-sport does get parts like a front splitter, large rear diffuser and rear spoiler to boost the car's aerodynamics. It will also accelerate to a top speed of 209 km/h but how is this possible?
With the standard Zoe's chassis replaced with a tubular space frame structure, it's no surprise to hear that its MacPherson strut front and torsion beam rear axle have both been replaced by double-wishbone suspension all round.
Meanwhile Recaro buckets and harnesses strap you down behind a rectangular steering wheel and digital dash.
"The brief for the Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept couldn't have been simpler: 'Have fun!'", says Stéphane Janin, Director of Concept Cars Design. With its minimalist interior, the ZOE e-sport straddles the line between serving as a road vehicle and racing machine.