We get it Renault, we really do. You're "green," you're "eco-friendly," just please, never four electric cars at one show ever again. Even if this particular example, the Renault Fluence ZE, is actually attractive.
The Fluence is Renaults most realistic look at the future of vehicle electrification, sporting lithium ion batteries that can charge in three hours at high voltage hubs, do a 20-minute partial quick charge, or completely swap out in three minutes, which, on the face of it is a good idea, until you recognize the troubles in creating and maintaining that infrastructure. The car's obviously based on the handsome Renault Fluence but with the superfluous concept car baubles like whimsical wheels, fancy paint, and a snazzy interior. And just for the record, it's capable of a 100 mile range with a 95 HP e-motor sporting 166 lb-ft of twist.