Renault designers from all around the world came together to produce the Renault Kwid Concept. Unveiled at the Delhi Auto Expo in February 2014, this 5-seater compact car can carry the whole family and was designed to meet the needs of international markets.
Renault Kwid is hyper-connected: its touchscreen dashboard provides access to various features for the “flying companion”, a drone located on the rear rotating part of the Kwid’s roof. When the roof opens, it releases the drone, which can be activated manually or automatically to provide information about traffic, take photos of the landscape, or detect obstacles on the road. Basically, you have your very own scout.
Bird nests served as the inspiration behind its comfy, cosy interior. The two-tone elastomer upholstery creates a feeling of lightness and brightens up the interior. For a bit of a twist, three passengers can sit in front and two in the rear. The driver’s seat is in the middle (go figure!), in a slightly forward position for more elbow room.
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Renault Kwid Concept is a high-tech, dynamic car. Its two-tone yellow and grey bodywork is inspired by India: grey for the soil, and yellow and gold for the flowers and spices. With its pleasant and robust style and modern design, this two-wheel drive model, with its buggy-like look, is sure to please young consumers on international markets. It emits a certain energy, especially with its shortened overhang and enticing proportions.
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- Performance and engine
- 1.2 petrol turbocharged engine paired with an EDC dual-clutch gear box
- dimensionsLength 3.6 mWidth n.aHeight n.a
- compact 5-seater saloon
- overhang purposely reduced to give the engine a boost
- 2-wheel drive with buggy-like appearance
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Renault Kwid Concept spearheaded two vehicles to be launched on international markets. Firstly, Renault Kwid (whose name is indicative of its lineage) is a small city car with a mini-SUV look, making it a huge success in India and Brazil. In China, this Renault Kwid was modelled after a fully electric version: Renault K-ZE. Initially intended for the local market only, it will ultimately be launched in Europe as Spring, under the Dacia brand.