Renault Master ZE gets larger battery to boost range

Renault Master ZE

Renault has increased the size of the battery fitted to its Master ZE electric van that boosts its range to 126 miles.

The new 52kWh battery pack replaces a 33kWh unit, which provided a range of around 75 miles.

Available to order from August 1, with first deliveries due in September, the latest version of the Master E-Tech costs from £45,160 ex VAT (after the PiVG).

It’s powered by a 77PS motor, giving a top speed of 62mph and 225Nm of torque.

With a standard 7kW wallbox, the battery can be charged from 20-80% in five hours, while plugging into a domestic socket will restore the same amount of charge in 10 hours. On the road, drivers can add 30 miles of charge in 120 minutes using a public 11kW charging station or go from 20-80% charge in five hours. Plugging into a 22kW DC charger adds 30 miles of range in 45 minutes, with the battery boosted from 20-80% in 90 minutes.

Five versions are available, including Panel Van, Chassis Cab and Platform Cab, with the Panel Van offering a payload of up to 1,420Kg and load volume of up to 13 cubic metres.

The battery enhancement also applies to the Renault Trucks Master ZE.

Renault Master ZE 52kWh pricing:


Basic price

OTR Price

OTR Price (after PiVG)

Panel Van FWD MM35 E-Tech 52kWh Advance MY22




Panel Van FWD LM35 E-Tech 52kWh Advance MY22




Chassis Cab FWD ML35 E-Tech 52kWh Start MY22




Chassis Cab FWD LL35 E-Tech 52kWh Start MY22




Platform Cab FWD LL35 E-Tech 52kWh Start MY22




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