Renault Coupe Corbusier Concept
When it comes to concept cars, they are always exciting to look at. Seeing the, often bold and creative, vehicles is always refreshing, which is why many car enthusiasts always look forward to the latest reveals. Today we are going to sneak a little peek at the new Renault Coupe Corbusier concept car, which was revealed back in late October.
The vehicle was created to celebrate 50 years since the death of architect Le Corbusier. The French national was one of the best-known architects of the 20th Century.
According to Renault, the Coupe Corbusier concept car is not related to any of the company’s future projects and was simply created to showcase some future-looking concepts of the designers.
That’s the great thing about concept cars. They give designers freedom to explore new ideas and concepts without being confined by any rules or guidelines.
The Coupe Corbusier Concept sports a futuristic designed that’s both sleek and clean. The front-end features some geometric shapes, which add a little life to the overall simplistic and clean design.
Just looking at images of this one of a kind vehicle can get one extremely excited. It’s rather clear that a lot of work went into the Renault Coupe Corbusier concept as it definitely embodies the spirit of the architect who inspired it.
What makes this concept vehicle so special is its simplicity. It doesn’t rely on unnecessary features that many modern vehicles so desperately try to push. By going back to the basics and letting the vehicle speak for itself, Renault created something truly spectacular and unique.
Although none of the vehicle’s elements will be featured on any of Renault’s future releases, it’s very refreshing to see a company take this unique approach.
If you want to see the vehicle in person, now is your chance as it’s currently on display at Villa Savoye on the outskirts of Paris.
- Published On : 3 years ago on November 29, 2015
- Author By : James
- Last Updated : February 26, 2016 @ 9:57 am
- In The Categories Of : Concept