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Renault EZ-ULTIMO Robo-vehicle

Design | December 16, 2018 |

Renault EZ-ULTIMOImage courtesy of Renault

Renault EZ-ULTIMO Robo-vehicle

The Renault EZ-ULTIMO, the latest in the 2018 trilogy of concept-cars illustrating the future of shared mobility, is a design showcase for a premium and immersive mobility experience. EZ-ULTIMO is an autonomous, electric, connected, and shared mobility service solution offering a premium travel experience. A mobile lounge for modern times. This is the ideal reference to define EZ-ULTIMO, the latest concept-car unveiled by Renault at the 2018 Paris Motor Show.

This autonomous, connected and 100% electric “robo-vehicle” explores the shared mobility of tomorrow from the emotional side. Its promise: to provide you with a premium and immersive mobility experience, for a single trip, an hour or a day.

 

Renault EZ-ULTIMOImage courtesy of Renault

 

Renault EZ-ULTIMO has a two-tone bodywork juxtaposing deep black with green tones on the lower part with champagne from the upper part. The upper part is made-up of 600 diamond-shaped facets, treated like a one-way mirror. They filter the view towards the inside of the vehicle to preserve the privacy of the passengers – up to three people – while providing a transparent effect inside.

Renault EZ-ULTIMOImage courtesy of Renault

 

The EZ-ULTIMO cabin is presented as an intimate cocoon in which everything is done to make passengers feel like in a living room – typical of a Haussmannian-style apartment, an initial reference for the designers. There is a wooden floor arranged in herringbone, a marble band on the sides, leather and velvet for the armchair and bench. The structure that supports the veneers and the Corian® band that surrounds the cabin are reminiscent of wall and ceiling mouldings.

Renault EZ-ULTIMOImage courtesy of Renault

 

These top-of-the-range materials are processed in a modern way to meet the requirements of the automotive industry. In particular, they are very thin to limit their weight. Their presence allows passengers to enjoy a relaxing and pleasant living space. A space in which they are offered sophisticated, interactive and personalized content to enrich their journey and go beyond their simple destination.

Renault EZ-ULTIMOImage courtesy of Renault

 

Finally, the cabin is illuminated in an intimate way by two lamps in pale gold, while a light source of low-angled light highlights the floor. In the end, EZ-ULTIMO brings the Renault brand’s “French Design” and “Easy Life” genes to life and presents itself as a high-end vehicle inspired by French elegance.

more. www.group.renault.com

Renault EZ-ULTIMOImage courtesy of Renault

 

 

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