litre 4 cylinder
The Renault Zo was introduced at the 1998 Geneva Motor
Show. The Zo concept was based on the Renault
Spider roadster platform.
One of the defining features of the Renault Zo was it's
seating layout. The driver sat in a central position.
On either side and slightly further back were the two
The styling of the Renault Zo was characterized by exposed
elements like the lattice frame work down the sides, and
twin roll-over hoops behind the cockpit. The Zo was not
equipped with a windscreen, instead a small deflector
was fitted just ahead of the passenger compartment. Entry
to the Zo was via elaborate beetle-wing doors which swung
forward and upward.
Aside from the unconventional layout and radical styling,
the Zo was also equipped with adjustable ride height pneumatic
suspension. Powering the car was a 2.0 litre direct-injection
four-cylinder engine which developed 135 horsepower.
Similar and related vehicles:
Renault Sport Spider
Renault Laguna Coupe
Renault Trafic Deck'up
Renault Kangoo Compact