Renault has released a teaser image of a new concept car called Morphoz, ahead of its reveal at the Geneva Motor Show.
The pic, that may or may not be of the concept’s rear boot lid, is claimed to preview a new “modular vehicle” that’s said “adapts to the personal needs, desires and uses of each user”, says the car-maker, adding that it will also reveal its vision of “tomorrow’s mobility.”
The concept concept is hotly tipped to take the form of a compact SUV that’ll lend its styling to an upcoming family of battery-powered vehicles intended to rival Volkswagen’s I.D. line-up.
Set to amalgamate styling cues from the Symbioz, EZ-Go, EZ Pro van and luxurious EZ-Ultimo, as well as having a design that will maximise interior space, thanks to the lack of a conventional petrol or diesel engine, the Morphoz has also been created to incorporate Renault’s latest driverless technology.
It’s thought the battery-powered SUV Renault plans to unveil at the Swiss show might also challenge the traditional ownership model and be offered as part of a car share scheme or on a subscription basis.
More teases of the Renault Morphoz are expected ahead of its unveiling in a few weeks’ time at the Geneva show. The brand has also confirmed that the first all-electric Dacia production vehicle will be revealed, as well as a handful of new special edition versions of the Alpine A110 sports car.
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