If you don’t have the time or the nerve to check out this year’s Paris Auto Show, then Renault has you covered with a 360-degree video of its very own premieres.
The 2-minute-long footage focuses on the latest models and, of course, the highlight is the Trezor Concept parading its futuristic design, fully-autonomous driving tech, large curved central screen and Formula E-derived electric motor that pushes it from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 4 seconds.
Unveiled earlier this year and based on the most recent generation of the Scenic family, the Scenic Edition One is also on display at the brand’s stand in the French capital, joined by other versions of the compact MPV and by the company’s first-ever pickup truck, the Alaskan.
It shares its underpinnings with the Nissan Navara and adds its own exterior design, wrapped around under what Renault claims to be a best-in-class towing capacity. Then there’s the new Koleos Initiale Paris, a high-end version of the SUV that adds several amenities on top of the regular models, which is joined on the set by the facelifted variants of the subcompact Clio and zero-emission Zoe.