Last year Renault unveiled this incredible beast at the Paris Motor Show. It’s the Renault Trezor – quite possibly the best-looking car that the French firm has ever made. That may seem like a bold statement at first, but just take a look at the gallery above and we’re sure you’ll agree.
Rather than the herald of yet another 3-door hatchback, the Trezor is a futuristic concept with no doors designed to tantalise rather than preview.
Yes, you read that right, it’s got no doors. Sure many concept cars don’t have working doors, but the Trezor has dispensed with them completely. Instead, its elegant profile actually splits down the middle, arcing the entire roofline up and away from the cockpit to reveal one of the most astonishing interiors we’ve ever seen. It might not be particularly practical when parking up, but you’d definitely make an impression.
Were it be built it would feature an all-electric powertrain, pumping out around 350bhp – drawing inspiration from Renault’s efforts in Formula E. 350bhp may not sound an amazing amount for such a long vehicle, but it’s built from state-of-the-art materials to be as light as a feather. And by state-of-the-art we mean wood.