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What is it like on the inside?
Renault assures us the body has been designed to deflect wind away from the cabin, making the lack of standard doors nothing like the issue you’d expect. Maybe – but no amount of aero trickery can offset a night’s rainfall, and could make the difference between viability and this being no more than a car for bikers. Our advice: wrap up warm. At least those inside are well protected, with side impact bars and a driver’s airbag, plus a four-point harness in the front. And because it offers full rollover protection, those inside don’t have to wear helmets, despite the open cockpit design.