The Renault Le Mans Concept in question is all-electric and looks breathtaking.
Launched as a concept more than two years ago with a dual electric motor set up, it can hit 62 mph from a standstill in just 3.2 seconds.
Take a French classic, add a modern electric powertrain and, voila! here’s an interesting concept.
Future cars won’t need driver controls or dashboards – but this is a bit far-fetched, right?.
The Zoe Cab is an autonomous prototype that will be used in a self-driving trial project.
The Renault EZ-Pod can be used to autonomously transport both people and goods in restricted areas.
The Renault Project XY-2 is autonomous and sports a snug cabin hidden beneath sleek bodywork.
The sleek Renault Kangoo Z.E. Concept will influence both the regular Kangoo and the Z.E. electric version.
Renault will launch a fleet of 12 vehicles in Europe and collect real-world data over a period of 2 years.
Like Renault’s own 2018 EZ-Ultimo concept, this is a futuristic study, although it’s strictly a two-seater.
The new Alaskan Special Edition will launch this fall in Switzerland, before reaching other markets.
The affordable EV will debut in China next year before taking on the entire world .