05 Feb

by in Design

Renault Kwid: the birth of a concept designed for international markets


Unveiled at the Delhi Auto Show, Renault Kwid is THE multinational concept car. Renault Designers around the world cooperated to conceive a vehicle made for local markets and designed to meet the latters’ needs. Kwid is also the first concept car to be unveiled outside Europe, which is a strong symbol of Renault’s commitment on these new markets. It is also a fun, yet robust design and hyper connected car, proving once again the company’s ability to offer appealing products in the compact car segment. Let’s come back on the birth of this new concept-car covered by the ‘Explore’ petal of Renault’s design strategy.


 

 In this video : Anton Shamenkov (Designer, exterior), Jean Semeriva (Designer, exterior), Laurens van den Acker (Senior VP, Corporate Design), Axel Breun (Design Director, Concept cars), Chie Uematsu-Yanagasiwa (Designer, Colours & Materials)

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  • par vishal, , the 8 February 2014 at 08:14

    Oh my God!! What a car. Super super super awesome. Release this in same style as I see now and I will buy it right away right now. So cool. Come on Renault, release this as product as is.

  • par harry brown, , the 16 February 2014 at 14:22

    Drine will have marginal or no advantage unless car has wings n vertical take off features so one can get out of the traffic jam.
    Another problem is liability. If drine malfunctions n falks on anither car

  • par David Pryce, , the 18 February 2014 at 17:49

    I once owned a renault Dauphine 33 hp 7200 rpm rear engine 4 doors 1962. It was the best car I ever owned and was the most fun to drive

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