The exterior of the Renault Fluence Z.E. Sedan is defined by features that make it distinguishable from similar cars. It is defined by fluid lines that are accented with the Renault logo, fog lamp surrounds, and headlamp brows, but these are not the only features that set it apart from the rest. The tires are designed for lower energy consumption while still maintaining the tread required for excellent road handling and braking. Safety features such as anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control are still dominant on the Fluence Z.E., but they have been recalibrated in order to serve the needs of the new design while still maintaining passenger safety.
Interior features of the Renault Fluence Z.E. Sedan are quite similar to those in the original Fluence. There is plenty of room in both the front and the rear for passengers of all sizes and the layout remains the same as with the other models. The rev counter has been replaced in the electric version with a display for the remaining range and battery life left before it needs to be recharged. The trim is outfitted in a color exclusive to the Fluence Z.E. and displayed on the center console is the four different transmission positions. Other interior features include a built-in navigational system, Bluetooth for hands free calls and automatic dual-zone climate control. In order to make driving easier and a little safer, the Renault Fluence Z.E. Sedan also comes equipped with automatic headlights and windshield wiper activation. The new model still comes with three point seatbelts and enough air bags to keep every passenger safe. Very few actual changes have been made to the interior features of the Renault Z.E., which means that drivers and passengers get both the style and class of a roomy interior that is designed with the entire family in mind while benefiting from the economic efficiency of an electric vehicle.