So what you see above is Renault's show-stopper from the Auto Expo, the Kwid. Yes, it is a concept, so why is it here? Partly because the carmaker offered us a chance to drive its latest concept car and it would have been impolite to say "no, thank you", more so since we journalists from the Indian subcontinent have been given the chance before our European counterparts. Consider that concept cars are million-dollar one-offs that take several hundreds of hours of painstaking handcrafting – calling them hi-tech handicrafts wouldn't be far off the mark. But mainly it’s here because it’s not often that you get to drive a piece of the future.