How to get a Renault Zoe electric hatch for free | The Driven

The opportunity to get an electric car for less than your average hatchback, let alone for free, is one not many would skim over.

But in the case of the Renault Zoe, a small electric hatchback that in Australia comes with a 41kWh battery, offers up to 300km range and sells for $A49,990 before on-road costs, some drivers in Germany are now able to do exactly that – almost.

In Europe, countries such as Germany, France and the UK are offering generous incentives to encourage people to buy electric cars in a bid to improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions, cutting through the high premium demanded by electric cars due to the higher cost of batteries.

How to get a Renault Zoe electric hatch for free | The Driven