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Renault Kwid Concept Car Comes With Flying Companion

Renault Kwid concept car was unveiled at the Delhi Auto Show, it’s a stylish and modern car that highlights Renault’s commitment to new markets such as India. It’s a proof of Renault’s ability to produce appealing products in small car segment. The overall exterior features fun design to target young customers in these markets, it also boasts technology driven features for the interior.


The design of this futuristic car was based on inputs from Renault Design India, they know what they’re talking about. It is covered by the “Explore” petal of Renault’s lifecycle-based design strategy. The vehicle features ideal proportions and dimensions to get the impression as bouncing vehicle, not to mention the very short overhangs. Its oversized wheels make it look like a buggy car.


Aside from playful design, Renault Kwid concept car’s chunky wings and protective guards give the impression of strength, don’t underestimate this compact car.


From : Renault


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car



Inside KWID, you can find a cocoon like appearance; it’s inspired by a bird’s nest. The seats are suspended over a nice base in white to give an impression of lightness while the 2-tone elastomer material give a sense of brightness. The rear air conditioning can be controlled from driver seat’s back along with ventilation through concentric perforations. At the dashboard, there’s an integrated tablet that you can use for commanding the navigation of the Flying Companion.


Renault says that Flying Companion is the first of its kind in automotive world, it offers safe and fun driving experience. It can be operated in one of 2 modes: automatic (using a pre-programmed flying sequence and GPS location) and manual. In manual mode, it can be controlled using the tablet at the dashboard. What does a Flying Companion do? Well, a lot of things actually, it can help you scouting traffic, taking pictures, or detecting any obstacles on the road ahead.


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car


Renault Kwid Concept Car



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