Renault introduces a zero-emission concept car, the Picnic, designed by Gabriel Wartofsky. The Renault Picnic can easily assimilate into any urban and natural environment due to the car’s LED-impregnated glass coated polycarbonate windows. This allows for a customizable camouflage to appear on the car’s surface creating a car that is both transportation and public art.
Lithium ion batteries and two rear-mounted in-wheel hub motors power this eco-conscious vehicle. The seat frames on the Renault Picnic are made of soy-foam and can swing outwards for comfortable picnic-friendly seating.
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The Renault Picnic is a Zero-Emission Concept Doubles as Art
- By: Marissa LiuSep 9, 2009