Via Car and Driver:
Good old-fashioned fantasy cars have become few and far between at modern-day auto shows. Indeed, most cars spinning around on turntables these days have at least some chance of production. Meanwhile, wild, imaginative, razzle-dazzle creations with four wheels and zero chances of being built have all but disappeared. But at the 2016 Paris auto show, Renault did its part to add some of that old-school excitement to its home country’s preeminent auto show with its wild, fantastical Trezor concept, a one-door, two-seat GT that’s both drop-dead gorgeous and utterly impossible, just like concept cars from the good old days.
This is not to say that the Trezor is a pointless exercise. Renault promises the Trezor’s styling paves the way for elements that will be found on future production models, namely its “warm, simple, sensual lines,” clearly defined face, and C-shaped LED light signature. The Trezor also appears as one “petal” of Renault’s Life Flower design strategy, which bases vehicles around life stages: in this case, falling in love.