Renault has taken another step forward when it comes to the shared mobility concept, named EZ-GO, by partially revealing its interior.
The short video shows three passengers sitting on a bench and being surrounded by a large glasshouse. No other features of the cabin can be seen, but it appears that it doesn’t feature any steering wheel, pedals, and driving functions, as it’s able to take care of the acceleration, braking, and steering on its own.
Moreover, the French brand uses the word “electric” in the short release that accompanies the clip, in addition to “driverless” and “connected”, suggesting that it’s set forward by a zero-emission powertrain.
“Renault has been passionate about making life easier for customers. In keeping with Renault’s Easy Life brand promise, Renault has chosen the 2018 Geneva Motor Show to take the wraps off its brand new concept, which embodies its vision for shared urban mobility”, says the automaker.
Set to be shown in front of the audience for the first time during the Swiss automotive event, on March 6, at 9:00am CET (3:00am EST), the new Renault EZ-GO was already scooped in the open last week. Its futuristic styling may serve as an example of what cars of the future will look like, and it follows another advanced study, the Symbioz, which was presented last year in Frankfurt.