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Renault DeZir

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Renault DeZir

Renault DeZir on a Paris street being filmed for a movie.
Renault DeZir rear with doors open at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.

The Renault DeZir is an electric concept that was first officially presented at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The car is a two seater coupé with butterfly doors, and the interior is of red leather. It features a 148 hp mid-mounted electric motor. This gives the concept rivalry with the Audi e-tron, with 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in just five seconds and a top speed of 112 mph (180 km/h).[1]

The DeZir is the first in a series of concept cars that are paving the way for Renault’s future both aesthetically and technologically. The series is modeled after the stages of life that a Renault customer might encounter. In Renault’s own words their customers will fall in love, discover the world, start a family, work, have fun and become wise. The DeZir concept symbolized the love stage, the Captur concept symbolized the discovery stage, the R-Space represented the family stage and the Frendzy represents the work stage.[2]

Media appearances

The DeZir concept appears in the new "Photo-Finish Pack" for the racing game Driveclub, and it's available for free.

References

  1. ^ "Renault Previews DeZir Electric Concept Car". Green Car Congress. 2010-07-05. 
  2. ^ "Renault reveals Frendzy concept.". European Car News. Retrieved 7 July 2011. 

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