Published on October 23rd, 2015 | by Subhash Nair0
Renault Concept Made Purely for Aesthetic Reasons
Renault has put their new concept-only Coupé Corbusier on display at the Villa Savoye in France as part of an exhibition about the automobile and modernism. The Coupé Corbusier gets its name from the famous architect Le Corbusier who passed away exactly 50 years ago.
The French automobile maker has expressed that this car will never go into production and it was merely a way for its design team to stretch its legs a little. A few elements are very prominent on the Corbusier concept. First of all, a sloping roofline and rear-biased driver seating position stand out especially against the elongated hood. The large front grille and bulging wheel arches are also very attention grabbing and the car has an overall futuristic look about it.
There aren’t any pictures of the interior nor any details on the powertrain. So for now, enjoy what it looks like on the outside.