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Renault's new motor show concept is called Symbioz
Another (yes, another) autonomous concept teased ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show
We shouldn’t really be surprised. Renault has announced a concept that previews what we’ll be driving in 2030, following similarly futuristic stuff from VW, Mercedes and seemingly every other car company under the sun. The pic above is all we have at this stage.
It’s called the ‘Symbioz’, and expresses Renault’s vision of an “autonomous, electric and connected” future. This is virtually word for word how Smart have modelled their EQ Fortwo concept, which means, promisingly, that for once the world’s big car names all seem to be looking through the same crystal ball.
We’re promised much in the way of “functioning harmoniously” with the environment, and of course, the “digital lifestyles of its occupants”. Read into that what you will. Specifics regarding the actual car itself are a bit thin at the moment, barring the note that the ‘z’ at the end of the concept’s name points to its ‘zero emission’ drivetrain - electric, natch.
More to follow from the Frankfurt Motor Show, including a picture that shows you all of the car…
Words: James Smalley