calculate the driving range and charging time for your Master E-Tech electric
Adjust the settings to calculate the driving range of your Master E-Tech electric
Adjust the settings and your target level to see how much charging time is needed for each type of charging point.
charge your Master E-Tech electric
Fully charge quite simply at home, at work or on a public charging station. It's easy!
With the Wallbox** and the new 7 kW charger, in just 6 hours get a charge range of 120 km (real-life conditions).
A growing number of businesses are installing electric charging points for their employees. Charge your All-New MASTER Electric when you get to work!
On the street, at a public charging point
Your All-New MASTER Electric can be fully charged in 6 hours, depending on the available power, at a public charging point, in the car parks of some shopping centres or at your Renault dealership. You can recover a driving range of up to 25 km in just one hour.
Optimising the driving range of your Master E-Tech electric is simple with its easy-to-use technologies.
When activated, you restrain the engine so you can drive even longer (less powerful acceleration and maximum speed of 80 km/h).
The battery charges itself when you take your foot off the accelerator and also when you use the brake pedal.
Low rolling resistance helps to preserve driving range without affecting road-holding or braking.
plan and control the charging process easily
Make charging easier with electric services!
Travel with peace of mind
Easily locate charging points in your driving range and view availability with the Z.E. Trip application available on R-LINK Evolution.
Locate charging points easily
At work or at home
Leaving the Renault Master E-Tech electric to charge overnight on a wallbox ^ (3.7kW) charger ensures it will be ready to go the following morning. Or on a 7kw charger your Renault Master E-Tech electric will be 100% charged in six hours.
On the street, at a public charging point
At public charging points, or at your Renault dealer, your Renault Master E-Tech electric will be fully charged in six hours depending on the available power.
The easiest way to charge your Master E-Tech electric is at home or work …
A 7kW wallbox will charge a Master E-Tech electric with a 33 electric battery from flat to full in 6 hours. Pull up, plug your van in and leave it to top itself up whilst you get on with the rest of your day!”
Government Charging Grants^
Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme
Master E-Tech electric qualifies for the EVHS grant which provides 75% up to a maximum of £350 towards the cost of a home wallbox installation.
Workplace Charging Scheme
If you are requiring an install at your business, Master E-Tech electric qualifies for the WCS grant which provides 75% up to a maximum of £350 towards the cost of a wallbox (for up to 40 sockets).
How to choose a wallbox supplier?
To ensure the wallbox you choose is fully compatible with your Renault, we would recommend ensuring the wallbox and installer you use is certified by Renault as electric Ready. Your Renault dealership will be able to check this for you. Find out more by viewing our Workplace Charging Guide below.
The Renault Master E-Tech electric in detail
* Driving range greater than 80 km even in the most severe driving conditions (heavy load, city centre driving with frequent stops, winter conditions). Fuel consumption in real conditions also depends on equipment, driving style and topography. NEDC (New European Driving Cycle, European emissions and fuel consumption standard) correlated driving range of 193 km, pending certification.
** The Wallbox home charge point must be installed by an approved professional.
^£500 towards a wall box provided and installed by BP Pulse PLC. Available to retail and RCI business contract hire customers only. Excludes used vehicle orders. Installation must be carried out within 12 months of vehicle delivery date. Installation requirements and exclusions apply: https://bpchargemaster.com/terms-and-conditions-of-sale-olev/
Less than £5 full recharge cost based on 6 hours of 14.4p per kW (Source: UK Power). Full recharge of the 33 kWh battery (1) For illustration purposes only, may not reflect real-life journeys.