Ahead of the presentation of a new concept car at Auto Expo in New Delhi, India on February 5, Renault has uploaded a short teaser to YouTube. The 21-second video shows a mysterious drone hovering around different parts of the vehicle.
Renault's latest concept car was developed specifically for developing markets. Photo:AFP
The new concept car was developed to meet the specific needs of consumers in developing markets, which explains Renault's decision to unveil it in New Delhi. The French brand will present the model in a press conference on its stand at Auto Expo on February 5, just before the event opens to the public.
Renault has presented relatively few concept cars in recent years. The brand's most recent concept, presented at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show, was the Initiale Paris. The model was the latest in Renault's series of concept cars based on the stages of life, including the DeZir (falling in love), the Captur (discovering the world), the R-Space (starting a family), the Frendzy (professional life) and the Twin'Run (leisure).