Renault invited three-time Formula 1 world champion to drive a few of their electric cars, such as the Zoe, Twizy and the recently unlived Twizy F1 concept. Needless to say, this was part of a promotional stunt to show off Renault’s EV credentials. It was the first time when the German F1 driver got behind the wheel of an electric car, starting off with the Zoe. He then moved to the Twizy and concluded his tests with the Twizy F1 which was developed by Renaultsport. Sebastian Vettel is also part of Infiniti development since he has been named the firm’s Director of Performance.