Cars Renault Symbioz concept is designed to integrate with your house

14:25  12 september  2017
14:25  12 september  2017 Source:   Autocar

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Renault has revealed the Symbioz - a connected, autonomous and electric concept that integrates itself into the driver’s home when not in use. Renault has demonstrated how the car can be integrated and elevated in the house to act as a small extra room.

Renault 's Symbioz is actually "an integrated house and car" that work together in harmony. This marks the first time ever that a concept car and a "No longer can we think of car design in isolation from the ecosystem surrounding us. Renault Symbioz truly is a unique project that allowed us to work

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“As designers for Groupe Renault , our job is to imagine what role cars will play in the future and integrate them into its ecosystem. The Renault SYMBIOZ concept car was conceived as an extension of the home on the road, taking direct inspiration from both house and furniture design .

For now, the Symbioz is just a concept car — and a concept house designed to work with it. But Renault promises that a drivable car, with many of the elements seen in the Symbioz , will be ready for testing before the end of this year.

Renault has revealed the Symbioz - a connected, autonomous and electric concept that integrates itself into the driver’s home when not in use.

The concept, revealed at the Frankfurt motor show, looks to the year 2030, while a ‘demo car’ - essentially a precursor to the concept’s introduction - is targeted for 2023.

The Symbioz - as the name suggests - connects to the driver’s home wirelessly and functions as an extra room when parked. Renault has demonstrated how the car can be integrated and elevated in the house to act as a small extra room.

When not in use, the car can return battery power to the house to smooth the waves in power demand that typical home usage creates and can serve as a back-up power supply in the event of a blackout.

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Renault has released the first teaser that previews an entirely new concept car, called the Symbioz , which will celebrate its premiere in Frankfurt, next week. The study appears to have a futuristic 3-door design , with wide rear fenders, slim LED taillights and a set of large wheels

Renault highlights self-driving future with symbioz concept - Duration: 1:21. Renault Symbioz Concept (Teaser) - Frankfurt Motor Show - Duration: 0:14.

The car can also plan ahead and adapt to the driver’s usage by syncing to their calendar; for example, if no long trips are planned in the coming days, it will not draw charge from the grid to allow the house to use as much as required. A small reservoir will be kept in the car’s battery in case of emergency.

Renault Symbioz concept is designed to integrate with your house© Autocar Renault Symbioz concept is designed to integrate with your house In keeping with the industry’s Internet of Things trend, household appliances and functions can be controlled from the car. For example, if a long trip is planned, the car can instruct the house to close shutters and turn down the heating while you are away.

Renault has also displayed a concept house as part of the Symbioz package, demonstrating how the relationship between the home and car will evolve.

At 4.7 metres long, 1.98m wide and 1.38m high, the Symbioz is 150mm shorter, 110mm wider and 110mm squatter than the Talisman, but Renault claims that its interior is as large as that of the segment above - a segment that Renault hasn’t explored since the Vel Satis.

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  French fancy? New Renault concept car teased Renault Symbioz concept car

The Symbioz concept will represent Renault 's vision of a 2030 car. Based on the teaser released by the carmaker, it is safe to assume that the Renault Symbioz concept will be a three-door hatch with futuristic design and styling.

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The car’s power comes from two electric motors, both rear-mounted and powering one rear wheel each.

Renault claims the industry standard of 310 miles (500km), with 661bhp and 487lb ft of torque on tap, contributing to acceleration of less than six seconds. The 72kWh battery pack can reach an 80% charge in 20 minutes.

Renault Symbioz concept is designed to integrate with your house© Autocar Renault Symbioz concept is designed to integrate with your house Renault says these performance figures are liable to change as technology evolves in the lead-up to 2030. Some technology seen on the concept will filter through to production cars from next year. However, Renault could not specify which aspects.

Styling draws from Renault’s current range, as well as past concepts such as the Trezor, while lightweight carbon-fibre construction and an upper half made from glass keep things strictly conceptual.

The third brake light is built into the rear wind deflector, which sticks out of the car’s rear windscreen in a transparent fin. The car’s autonomous sensors are built into this structure.

Three driving modes are selectable, which alters the interior accordingly; Classic mode mirrors the set-up of current cars, Dynamic mode transforms the driving characteristics and seat for a more hot hatch-like experience, while AD mode activates full autonomy - the steering wheel and pedals retract so the driver can do other things.

In AD mode, three interior layouts - named Alone@home, Relax and French Kiss - change the positions of the seats for relaxation, interaction with other passengers or other non-driving activities.

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