It seems that cars in the future will transcend the limits of being a means of transportation and transportation only, but will be a multi-purpose vehicle according to the designs that are revealed from time to time.
It is not necessary for future car models to become a reality. Sometimes these models are developed to showcase what might one day be possible, and few business makers have an automobile concept as impressive as Renault.
These cars may not necessarily see the light of day, but they push the boundaries of engineering and offer some great technological advances.
The car is based on the concept of Formula 1 cars with four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering. LED screens are integrated into the wheels to convey information about the driver's position during the race. It also features the first-ever transparent cockpit cover.
As for the all-electric, all-wheel-drive Murphys, it's front and rear can be expanded by 16 inches (40 centimeters) to allow passengers to lie flat. The car has two modes: city and travel. In city mode, the battery delivers 40 kWh.
For long trips, Murphys can be switched to travel mode. It extends from the front and back. This increases its length from 4,400 mm to 4,800 mm and wheelbase from 2,730 to 2,930 mm, thus providing more passenger space and more luggage capacity.
Renault may have produced the best supercar driving so far thanks to its appearance. The concept car grabbed the attention and hearts of millions of car enthusiasts around the world at the first sight after its unveiling and was able to win the title of Best Concept Car Design of 2016” with its unique design and future capabilities.
The sports car from Renault comes with an innovative design of carbon fiber that gives it a futuristic character, as it was designed without doors to open by lifting the roof cover to receive the driver and front passenger.
Lawrence van den, Renault's chief designer, says that Tresor opens like a gift box, and the front of the car is equipped with openings inspired by hexagonal honeycombs that distribute air to maintain the dynamics, and to make the car appear as if it were a living creature that breathes.
The exterior design catches the eye with the bold C-shaped LED headlights typical of Renault on the traditional models currently on the market. The futuristic car is also designed in a sporty shape that suggests space vehicles and is clearly visible through the fixed glass windows that are painted in red.
The rear design of the Trezor test did not differ from its front, as it was designed with the same dazzling technology, by providing it with LED lights made of fiber technology, with the famous Renault brand in the middle, and the innovative rear bumper that suggests at first glance that it is the front and not the background.
Thanks to its powerful electric motor that generates 349 horsepower, the Renault test drive starts from stability at a speed of 100 kilometers per hour in 4 seconds.
Although nearly two and a half years have passed since its first appearance, Renault has not announced whether its icon will enter commercial production lines or remain in its test form.
There have been a number of stand-alone concepts over the years, many of which feature living room-like interiors in a typical home. You will usually find comfortable chairs facing each other and plenty of screens to entertain passengers. But Renault has taken it one step further by introducing Symbiose, integrating the concept of autonomous driving with the concept of the home.
Symbiose can be considered a self-driving car and an extra room in your home. To do both, Symbiose isn't too big though it isn't too small, measuring 15.4 feet long, 6.5 feet wide, and 4.4 feet long. The car's large dimensions provide a comfortable interior clad in wood, marble, felt, and porcelain, and a glass roof makes the cabin airier.
Symbiose shows what we can expect from future cars in 2023, where drivers can switch between autonomous mode and manual mode by pressing the Renault logo in the middle of the steering wheel.
While traveling in autonomous mode, the steering wheel and dashboard move backward to save space in the cabin, the interior can be changed in 3 different ways.
One design retracts the steering wheel and dashboard to allow extra legroom, and another, called the French Kiss, allows the driver to approach the person in the front passenger seat.
The car is responsible for almost all driving tasks such as changing lanes, making turns, and navigating through traffic jams.
People inside are free to read, watch a movie, or work while the car is in motion. If for any reason the vehicle encounters a situation that it cannot handle, it will move to a safe location on the side of the road.
And when not in use, Symbiose is meant to be your home in the future.
And the model serves as an additional living space. The home and the car also share power via a smart grid. Drivers can program their vehicles to use home energy to recharge when needed. The car and home also coordinate to make sure the car is moved to the ground floor a few minutes before the owner's scheduled trip.