Renault presented the TreZor concept at the Paris auto show. The futuristic two-seater GT features an elegant and full of curves body, made from carbon fiber, which is characterized by red windows, that make a sharp contrast.
Its lowered body has an extremely long bonnet and muscular fenders. Its length reaches 4.7 meters and it stands on large 21-inch wheels at the front and 22-inch at the rear.
The gorgeous body of the Trezor is extremely aerodynamic, having a drag coefficient that reaches Cd 0.22. The chassis is made of carbon and its total weight reaches 1,600 kilos, which is pretty good when you consider its size.
It is equipped with an electric motor that delivers 350 hp with 380 Nm of torque, that is sent to the rear axle, allowing the Trezor to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in less than 4 seconds. The French company did not disclose the capacity of the battery, but Renault’s engineers have installed two air-cooled batteries in the front and the rear axle for better distribution of the weight.