SYMBIOZ EV To Represents Renault’s Vision Of The Future Of Mobility – Video

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Renault will present from the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, a new all-electric concept – the SYMBIOZ.

2017 – Concept-car Renault SYMBIOZ

The goal of this project is to present and describe the vision of mobility by the year 2030. So as for the practical value of the offering … not so much.

Three popular features were combined into the SYMBIOZ concept thought bubble:

  • autonomous
  • electrification
  • connected mobility

As for specs and stats, that has yet to come, as Renault has only offered a video teaser – the model’s official debut will come one Tuesday, September 12.

Here is what Renault said on the one-off offering:

Renault SYMBIOZ, an innovative concept to be unveiled at Frankfurt Motor Show Sept 12, will be an opportunity for Renault to describe its vision of mobility by the year 2030. This new concept addresses customer expectations in the future related to mobility and lifestyle, as well as the environmental and urban challenges that lie ahead. It is also a way for Renault to explore autonomous, electric, connected mobility in the future.

The name Renault SYMBIOZ is derived from ‘sumbiōsis’, the Ancient Greek word for ‘living together’. Renault believes that the automobile of the future – embodied by its latest concept car – will function harmoniously and in permanent interaction with its environment, road network infrastructure and the digital lifestyles of its occupants. The letter ‘Z’ at the end refers to the all-electric Z.E. technology that powers the car.

Renault invites you to find out more about how it foresees the motoring ecosystem in the future at the 2017 Frankfurt Show where Thierry Bolloré, Chief Competitive Officer, Groupe Renault, and Laurens van den Acker, Senior Vice President, Corporate Design, will present Renault SYMBIOZ at a press conference on its stand in Hall 8, at 9:50am on Tuesday, September 12.

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