Electric GT concept
The Trezor is the French manufacturer’s idea of an all-electric concept GT car. The sleek concept car came about in 2010 and since then, has offered styling cues to their current range of cars including the company’s latest launch in India, the Captur. The Trezor concept measures 4.7 meters in length, 2.2 metres in width and stands nearly a metre tall giving it a dominant presence and rightly taking centre stage at Renault’s pavilion. Renault’s Formula E electric racing technology contributes to the Trezor’s powertrain with three driving modes on offer, namely neutral, sport and autonomous. The concept’s electric engine develops 350bhp and 380Nm and a 0 to 100kmph run of under four seconds. Like Formula E, the car features brake force regeneration. The interior combines wood and leather along with touchscreens for the dashboard and infotainment system. The party trick is the car’s one-piece clamshell roof that Renault describes as the lid of a jewellery box.