La Poste, the French equivalent of Australia Post, operates one of France’s largest industrial fleet with some 69,000 vehicles and has equipped itself with a complete range of electric vehicles, including small light commercial vehicles, quads, three-wheelers and electrically assisted bicycles.
The keys to the 5,000th Kangoo Z.E. were symbolically handed over by Philippe Wahl, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of La Poste group, and Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault group, to mailperson Vivien Malungu at the Issy les Moulineaux mail platform south of Paris.
Renault is a pioneer and leader in electric vehicles in France with a 55 percent share of the market. With numerous car makers starting out on the electric adventure, Renault remains a clear step ahead with its complete range of electric vehicles featuring Twizy, ZOE and Kangoo Z.E.
Nearly 50,000 electric vehicles from Renault’s Zero Emission range are on the road worldwide. The Kangoo Z.E. has been a strong success at La Poste and four examples of the Kangoo ZE are currently under trial with Australian Post.