The Frankfurt Motor Show 2017 was an event which also served as the gateway for the launch of numerous automobiles. It proved to be a worldwide platform to showcase the latest technology of the field and lure people to take interest in such cars as well. One such concept car at this auto fair was the Renault Symbioz. Initially, this car comes across as the usual autonomous electric car trying to compete in the market. On further research about the same, one would realize that this car is way ahead of its counterparts. In fact, it is every automaker’s dream to produce something of this sort.
The design of the Renault Symbioz resembles the French heritage of the company. It is based on the concept of a dynamic stance along with flowing lines. This electric car is based on the thought of connecting the car to a smart home. With the constant advent of technology, the use of smart appliances will also increase. There will come a time when managing all these devices will be quite a task. This is when this car will come to the rescue. One need not worry about the car or his smart home appliances as they will work in synchronization.
What to expect in the Renault Symbioz?
The main focus of this electric car is to connect all your everyday devices and create a fluid ecosystem. This thought gave rise to the concept of the Renault Symbioz. This car will come with autonomous driving features and connectivity. On witnessing this piece of technology, the design will catch your eye on an immediate basis. Thierry Bollore, the Chief Competitive Officer of Renault states that this car is a glimpse of how automobiles in the year 2030 would look like.
This electric car is huge in size as it is 4700mm long and almost 2000mm wide. Experts believe that the inspiration for its humongous size is drawn from the first generation Renault Espace minivan. The interior design of this car is such that it gives you the feel of sitting in the living room of your home. The automaker believes that this car is capable of serving as an extra room outside the home. The wheels come with carbon fiber spokes which resemble that of a modern racing bicycle. The Symbioz House which is in sync with the car has been designed by a French firm, Marchi Architects.