2013 Renault Initiale Paris Concept review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 12 September 2013 , 08:09:06 byVeronica

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Renault Initiale Paris Concept

French carmaker Renault will also be present at the 2013 edition of the Frankfurt Motor Show, of course. There is doubt that they have prepared a lot of interesting things for all their fans and customers. We will now turn our attention towards the Initiale Paris concept car that has as base an emotional styling language that found equilibrium in every aspect. It has the vitality of a saloon, the character of an SUV and the light and space of an MPV. The structural composition brings to mind the frame of an airplane, but in the same time, it offers a nod to the Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower.


One of the highlights of the model is the aluminum and Plexiglas roof which is solid and transparent. Designers have taken their inspiration from aeronautics and ultra-high-end contemporary outdoor furniture which offer space, warmth and light. Chrome detailing in satin finished, while the matt-finish walnut wood is assembled using slim blades for a more refined air. Moving on to the center console, we can see that it has a similar design, shifting imperceptibly from natural wood to gloss black. The engineers have also offered full-LED lights that offer a powerful signature. There is a built-in mechanism that causes an eyelid-like blink in the light. When it comes to the back lights, the model offers ones positioned in relation to the horizontal and vertical lines of the car through their size.


The seats found inside are incredibly comfortable and as they are attached to the central tunnel with no vertical link with the floor, they seem to float in the middle of the cabin, which is quite impressive. In terms of technology, the model has a lot of new elements which make it greater. These are all the details on the matter available for the moment, but more will be released soon.