Renault’s all-electric Trezor GT concept

Renault’s All-Electric Trezor GT Concept

Renault has unveiled the Trezor – an all-electric Grand Tourer concept car.

Two-Seater

The Trezor, a two-seater electric coupé, embodies the new design philosophy Renault introduced on its DeZir concept in 2010, before inspiring the lines of the new Clio in 2012. With its powerful styling and Passion Red coachwork, the DeZir heralded the first stage of a design strategy founded on the cycle of life: falling in love.

Mature

The Trezor goes further, by symbolising feelings of maturity and commitment. It reflects the maturity of Renault’s designs – a factor that, since 2014, has become the primary reason driving customers to purchase one of the brand’s vehicles.

Renewed Range

At the Paris Motor Show, Renault’s Senior Vice-President, Corporate Design, Laurens van den Acker, said: “The Renault range has now been completely renewed and upgraded with a spectrum of complementary models, each one of which has its own assertive identity. With the Trezor, we have pursued this renewal by introducing a new lifecycle sequence. This concept car is the fruit of a freedom of expression and prepares the way for the trends we are likely to see in our upcoming vehicles. These trends fall into two categories: French Design and Easy Life.”

Styling Cues

The Trezor features the new Renault styling cues that are to be found across the contemporary range, namely warm, simple, sensual lines; a clearly defined family face and C-shaped lighting signature. It also features striking red glazing and innovative carbon bodywork with contrasting surface finishes. At the rear, it features hexagonal panels that underline the Trezor’s sporting temperament and technology. Its silhouette displays the classic attributes of a GT.

Dynamism

On the bonnet,the honeycomb-form air intake echoes the structure of the rear bodywork. These hexagonal shapes provide a variable-geometry intake, the movement of which embellishes the Trezor with extra dynamism and creates the impression that it is actually breathing. On the left-hand side of the body, the fuel filler hatch has been replaced by an analogue gauge that indicates the vehicle’s charge level, drawing on traditional sports car practice.

Fibre-Optic Lighting

At the rear, the Renault Trezor is equipped with resolutely modern fibre-optic lighting integrating a red laser. This ‘rope-like’ fibre assembly provides bright, distinctive lighting. Under braking, the torsion and stacking of the optical fibres creates an interesting visual effect and increases the intensity of the light.