The design of the Trezor is completely unique forming part of Renault’s ‘Life Flower’ design project
Breaking up the smooth bodywork is both red glazing and hexagons etched onto the rear portion of the roof and the C-shape headlight design – a signature of Renault.
Ultimately its shape is that of a GT but the size, ride height and technology puts it into a class of its own and looks like the sort of car a Bond villain should be driving.
The Trezor is 4.7 metres long, 2.1 metres wide and 1.08 metres tall.
The clamshell roof that opens up to reveal the interior
Before this car ever comes to fruition we will probably see the electric powertrain and autonomous driving features on other releases.
It produces 260kW (350hp) and 380Nm motor which accelerates the Trezor from 0 to 100 km per hour in under four seconds.
The Trezor features two batteries, each of which has its own cooling system optimised by the variable-geometry air intake incorporated in the bonnet.
Trezor also uses a brake-operated energy recovery system, courtesy of the Rechargeable Energy Storage System (RESS) technology developed for Formula E racing.
“The Renault range has now been completely renewed and upgraded with a spectrum of complementary models, each one of which has its own assertive identity.” said Laurens van den Acker – Senior Vice-President, Corporate Design.
“With the Trezor, we have pursued this renewal by introducing a new lifecycle sequence.
“This concept car is the fruit of a freedom of expression and prepares the way for the trends we are likely to see in our upcoming vehicles.