While the Paris Motor Show is about to happen, automakers, one after the other, are revealing the images of their vehicles which are to be showcased at the event. Toyota revealed an image of C-HR concept which was then followed by Honda revealing the prototype images of new Jazz. Now Renault, has not only revealed its Eolab concept, but has also removed the curtains over the event proceedings in the most awaited Paris Motor Show.
The Paris Motor Show 2014 will witness the World premiere of Renault Espace’s successor. On Thursday, October 2, the Renault media conference will take place at 11am with Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault Group followed by the Question and Answer Session with Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault Group, from 2.15pm to 3pm at the Espace 2000.
A Presentation will be given by Lodgy Stepway and Dokker Stepway on the Dacia stand that will again be followed by Dacia Question and Answer Session with Jérôme Stoll, Chief Performance Officer and Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing for the Group, and Arnaud Deboeuf, Entry-Level Programme Director, from 3.15pm to 4pm on the same day and at the same place.
Talking about the Renault Eolab concept, the car is all set to make its debut at the Paris Motor Show, 2014. The Eolab uses three door concept having a drag coefficient of 0.235. The exterior of the car features an active front spoiler, active rear flaps and active wheels with an active suspension that automatically adjusts the height to minimize the drag.
The car weighs 400kg as it makes use of magnesium roof, ultra-thin windscreen glass and a lightweight interior. Eolab comes powered by Z.E. Hybrid powertrain that has 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, a 6.7 kWh battery and a clutch-less three-gear transmission with an integrated electric motor. The car churns out maximum power of 67.1bhp and peak torque of 200Nm.
Renault says that the concept has “100 new and realistic technological developments that are designed to be introduced gradually on upcoming Renault vehicles.”