Twizyflu hat geschrieben:
...Evtl geht ja vielleicht ein Clio Fahrwerk?
Gewindefahrwerk oder so...
Zum Teil stimmt das sicher, aber ich denke das Fahrwerk hat Renault schon etwas spezieller angepasst (andere Fahrdynamik wg. höherem Gewicht, niedrigerem Schwerpunkt etc...). Vielleicht kommt da ja mal was von Elia???
Zitat aus dem Press-Kit ( http://www.media.renault.com/download/m ... 0_1_5.aspx
"Renault ZOE is based on the “B” platform already used by around twenty Alliance models including New Renault Clio.
The front suspension, which is shared with Clio IV, is of the McPherson type, associated with a lower wishbone arm.
The sub-frame and lower suspension arms are taken from the next segment up (Mégane) for increased comfort and
more precise steering. The rear suspension features a programmed-deflection flexible beam. It is the most robust in the
Renault group in order to take the weight of the battery positioned in the chassis. It has been optimized for greater
comfort, with the addition of polyurethane bump stops for better damping."
"The position of the battery under the floor helps to balance the weight between front and rear (59 % / 41 % when
stationary) for better traction. Compared with the Clio 3 platform, the centre of gravity is 35 mm lower, the tracks 16 mm
wider and the torsional stiffness of the platform increased by 55%, thus improving the stability and road behaviour of
The steering is precise and easy to handle. Renault ZOE features the linking rods of Clio 3 RS, a car reputed for the
quality of its steering, with rubber sub-frame mounting points specially developed for more dynamic behaviour. The low
steering ratio (2.71 turns lock to lock) combined with a power steering motor from the next segment up improves
handling and driving pleasure."