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Wait until you see its sexy rear.
The sexy Trezor looks like it should be flying around in a sci-fi film with its smooth, plush lines and hyper-futuristic textured body.
The wide hood of the car features a honeycomb-shaped air inlet, while the carbon-wrapped chassis is accented by a snakeskin-like texture. The interior of the car (and strangely even the windshield) comes in a striking red color, and images show some serious tech packed inside, including a massive OLED touchscreen covered in gorilla glass on both the center console and steering wheel.
The gorgeous, lightweight two-seater is more practical than you might imagine. The red wooden dashboard has a luggage rack built-in for when you are feeling confident enough to put this stunning machine on display, and the exterior lighting signature of the car will change when switched to autonomous modes.
The Renault Trezor concept, which was designed and engineered by Formula E (The F1 of electric cars) engineers, pumps 350 equivalent horsepower and 380 torque out of its fully electric engine. It can go 0 to 100 kilometers (62 miles) per hour in less than four seconds.
Unfortunately, the breathtaking concept is just that: a concept car that will probably never see the open road. But the technology found in these vehicles often finds its way onto the production line in one form or another. We’d be happy if that form is half as stunning as the Trezor.
Phillip Tracy is a former technology staff writer at the Daily Dot. He's an expert on smartphones, social media trends, and gadgets. He previously reported on IoT and telecom for RCR Wireless News and contributed to NewBay Media magazine. He now writes for Laptop magazine.