Renault Symbioz concept car

Renault Symbioz concept car: a new living space.


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Renault Symbioz concept:

Renault is a French-origin, multinational company manufacturing cars since 1899. The company is manufacturing different vehicle types including trucks and tractors. Renault is also showcasing future concept cars such as Trezor and most recent one is Renault Symbioz.

Renault Symbioz concept car rear view
Renault Symbioz concept car rear view

The basic concept behind this car is to blur the lines between your car and the living space. The car is designed in such way that it will simply fit between you and your living space. In addition, it also boasts the feature of a mobile home. Your car is your home and nothing else.



Renault Symbioz concept car: The symbiotic relation

The Renault Symbioz concept car cabin is multifunctional. It is a real extension of your home. The colors, materials, design all aspects are considered while designing this concept. So, at any moment, you will never feel that you are away from your home even though you actually are.

Renault Symbioz concept car interiors
Renault Symbioz concept car interiors

The car becomes an additional room. All the electronic aids are at your disposal. The welcoming interiors and exteriors delight you every day. So, it's just like a lounge. And, you can simply chit chat one on one facing each other just like you do in your home.



Renault Symbioz: Taking self-driving at all new levels

The SYMBIOZ is an autonomous car with various driving modes. The manual mode is also available as an option. The most noteworthy feature of the car is the lounge mode. This mode offers a new driving experience.

Furthermore, in lounge mode, the front seats swirl by 180 degrees. This type of movement changes the driving experience altogether. Change in seat position means you can freely converse with the rear passengers. In addition, you can simply see the landscape sweeping away through glass sunroof. Sometimes, you simply feel you are into changing the landscape and not on the road.

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