Renault Trezor: Electric Super Car of the Future

Mar 12, 2017 10:34 PM EDT | Hannah Jill


The Renault Trezor has been recognized as the 2016 Concept of the Year at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The car which was introduced during the 2016 Paris Motor Show is still a concept as of this writing.

 This will be used by Renault to design and plan its future electric cars. The award given is being sponsored by renowned Car Design. Judges, however, come from 20 reputable designers of auto manufacturers around the world.

The Renault Trezor was built with two power plants. Two batteries were installed, one in front and one in the back for auto balance.

For maximum performance, each battery has its own cooling system. Both batteries produced a powerful 260 kW or 350 in horsepower.

According to PC World, the batteries can produce an acceleration of 0 - 60 mph in below 4 seconds. Its electric motors were borrowed from the company's Formula E racing cars.

As with other futuristic concept cars, consumers can choose 3 modes in which to operate the Renaut futuristic car. Neutral, Soft and Autonomous.

The Verge reported that battery for the Renault Trezor ranges somewhere between 160km to 200 km. the entire car was de3sign to exudes futuristic ideas. For one. The car has no opening door to speak. You have to open the entire roof in order to gain access and hop in.

The Renault Trezor's 2 sitter cabin is spacious enough for comfort with a luggage combined. Even the material used to create the car was exquisite. Renault opted only to use aluminum, carbon, leather sandwood as its main component to make it so light. Taking a look at its beauty during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show will surely bring back the youth in you.

Truly the Renault Trevor concept car had actually been designed like a future car will look like. Renault just designed the most exciting futuristic car ever.

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