Renault has released a teaser photo of an upcoming concept which will be showcased starting next week at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The French marque announced the concept in July and now they have published a teaser photo with the vehicle in question. Its name is unknown at this moment but we can tell you the car "embodies the vision of premium motoring." In other words, we are expecting a high-end model which should give us a glimpse at Renault's upcoming styling approach.
By the looks of this teaser photo, the concept appears to have a steeply raked windscreen and might be a four-door coupe, but we can't be sure. Also noticeable are futuristic headlights featuring "Eyelight" technology, a chromed front grille and cameras instead of exterior mirrors.
Chances are the concept has something to do with the already confirmed premium Initiale Paris trim which will be introduced starting next year on several models, beginning with the Clio and Espace.
Renault is to unveil the new concept car which embodies its vision of Premium motoring at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The latest opus in Renault Design’s lifecycle-based series of concept cars will be revealed on the Renault stand (Hall 8) at 1:30pm on Tuesday, September 10.
The Frankfurt Motor Show will provide the first ever opportunity to discover the six concept cars that have been developed by the teams at Renault Design, under the leadership of Laurens van den Acker, together under the same roof.