Futuristic Renault Trezor Concept

Take a look at Renault newest electric concept, the Trezor. Fresh off of an unveiling at the Paris Motor show, the car has been generating a lot of chatter among the auto-press. The general consensus is that it’s a more ‘mature’ vehicle, one befitting from the marque’s recent streamlining of their primary product line under the command of designer Van den Acker. The fully electric car boasts a 260kW battery that puts out 360 horses and 282 pound feet of torque, allowing it to speed from 0 to 62 miles per hour in under four seconds. In addition to the all that oomph under the hood, the overall design of the thing is almost otherworldly. It is 15 feet long, 6 feet wide, only 3 feet tall, and instead of doors the entire top half of the coupe lifts up for occupants to get in and out.

Renault Original Parts & Evil Twins

Renault Buenos Aires launched its 2015 Official Service campaign reminding customers why they should always use original parts. The message is totally new and very clear: “They look the same until one makes trouble. Always trust original parts”. You can appreciate a set of posters featuring real twins, with one twin from each pair responsible for wreaking havoc on some individuals. But, of course, it’s impossible to guess which one did it. The Renault Original Parts & Evil Twins campaign was developed at Publicis Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Renault Twizy Sport F1 Electric Concept

Renault represented their latest concept – the Twizy Sport F1 – which was designed to crank up the performance of your average electric car with its kinetic energy recovery system (KERS), similar to that used in its formula 1 race cars. The result is six times the power output — almost 100 horsepower — which pushes the car from 0-62 in the same time as the Renault Mégane Renaultsport 265. As for the exterior, the futuristic Twizy looks like a curious mix between a smart car, lunar rover, and bobcat construction vehicle and features a front splitter, side-pods, rear wing, and a diffuser with an F1-style rain light. This light is controlled with a colorful gamepad-like steering wheel on the inside, which also controls the KERS, radio and rain light. This concept most likely will never be released so enjoy the pictures!

Renault’s Twingo Art Cars

To promote the New Twingo, Renault has enlisted the combined creative talents of four European artists, including Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud, to create a series of bespoke city cars. Renault offered four “artists” of varying nationality and cultural discipline – fashion, music, design and cooking – the opportunity to express their vision of a “Cabinet of Curiosity” by creating their own bespoke Twingo interior. The results of the style project reflect their view of the world: joyous, optimistic, clever and bold, just like the compact city car.