The latest concept car to come out of Renault’s French manufacturing plant is the Trezor. Revealed at this year’s Mondial De L’Automobile Paris, the Trezor is an all-electric, two-seater phenomenon that has autonomous capabilities.
The exterior is made from silver-coloured carbon with contrasting surface finishes. The most eye-catching feature is the roof, which lifts up like the lid of a jewelry box to provide drivers and passengers access to the alluring aesthetics of the red leather-lined interior.
In autonomous mode, the rectangular steering wheel, inspired by Formula One cars, extends in width to allow the driver a panoramic view of the dashboard. In accordance with this mode, there are another two to choose from; neutral and sport. It runs on two batteries that have their own cooling system optimised by the air intakes in the bonnet. With every concept supercar, there is speed, and with the Trezor, it’s not different. It hits 100km/h in less than four seconds.