Today, Renault announced (via the above short teaser video) that it would be debuting the TreZor all-electric concept tomorrow at the Paris Motor Show, with the car foreshadowing the company's new styling signature.
Like with the new 400 km Renault ZOE that we broke word on yesterday...who wants to wait that long?
So here it is (with some specs/details)...enjoy!
Renault TreZor showing us the French company's future design direction
Some added info on the TreZor concept:
*- Renault says that it has a 260 kW (350 hp) power motor, which puts out a maximum torque of 380 Nm, which gives the TreZor a 0 to 100 km/h (0-62mph) time of less than 4 seconds
*- two batteries, each with its own cooling system" that works best through the air intake with variable geometry in the hood"
*- regenerative braking system that is derived from the Rechargeable Energy Storage System (RESS), found in Formula E-racing
*- wide track - 2048 mm front, 2,106 mm rear, wheelbase - 2776 mm
*- Cd: .22, ground clearance is said to be 25 mm
*- 4,700 mm long, 2,180 mm wide and 1,080 mm high.
Reportedly, the Trezor has a balanced weight, as the two batteries are found one in the front, and the other in the back.
Interestingly, the Trezor is rear-wheel drive.
To extend the range (which is not specified...at least at this point), Renault has put the TreZor on a diet, with a lot of carbon fiber use throughout, including the chassis central cell and doors. Total weight comes in at 1,600 kg (3,527lbs).