Renault Trezor teaser video shows autonomous drive functionality
Renault Trezor shown driving itself along an open road
Video teaser for fresh concept shows a passenger asleep at the wheel, suggesting the product has fully autonomous functions
The Renault Trezor concept has fully autonomous functions in addition to can drive without any influence through a human, according to a fresh teaser video.
The video, shown below, reveals the auto’s futuristic steering wheel with what look to be touchscreen digital displays in its middle section. The left screen shows speed control buttons, suggesting This kind of will be where the auto’s autonomous drive settings can be controlled.
The cabin within the video will be bathed in red light. This kind of links with an earlier teaser image, below, of which revealed a red coloured windscreen, suggesting day light will be filtered through This kind of tint to dim the cabin during auonomous drive modes.
The Trezor, which will be unveiled tomorrow at the Paris motor show, will sport styling in addition to features of which introduce a fresh design cycle for Renault, much within the way of which the DeZir concept heralded the current look in 2010.
Renault says the name of the auto “conjures up the image of a prized, multi-faceted object to be discovered in addition to explored”. The ‘z’ within the name refers to the Trezor’s electric zero-emission powertrain, in addition to the preview image shows a hexagonal theme of which’s a move away through the “simple warm in addition to sensuous lines” of the current design langauge of which formed the basis of the DeZir. The Discharge of the DeZir concept was followed by a complete product line renewal between 2012 in addition to the present day.
Renault will continue to base its design philosophy on the ‘Life Flower’ diagram, which was introduced with the DeZir concept in addition to includes petals representing elements of the cycle of life. The petals are labelled Love, Explore, Family, Work, Play in addition to Wisdom, in addition to Renault’s design chief Laurens van den Acker uses them to form the basis of his design strategy.
We’ll see the Trezor in full tomorrow (Thursday, 29 September) when of which’s unveiled by Renault group chairman Carlos Ghosn in addition to Laurens van den Acker.
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