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Renault Nepta concept

Renault Nepta concept

Renault Nepta concept

Renault Nepta concept interior
Make Renalt
Model Nepta
Concept year 2006
Production year -
Engine 3.5 litre V6

The 2006 Renault Nepta concept was a 4-seat, GT cabriolet with motor driven gull-wing doors and a sleek body.

Powered by a longitudinally mounted 3.5 litre V6 developing 420 horsepower connected to a 7-speed transmission the Nepta can reach 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds.

The graceful exterior lines of the Nepta is an "expression of Renault's vision of driving pleasure". The body panels have been designed to give an impression of fluidity and highlight the Nepta's long body.

Access to the Renault Nepta utilizes perhaps the concepts most intriguing feature, the doors. The two motor-driven gull-wing doors cover the entire length of the passenger compartment, hinging midway down the bonnet and on the rear deck. Electronic sensors and an anti-pinch device ensure nothing gets trapped when bringing the doors down.

Inside the Renault Nepta the seats are covered in white leather and the controls are suspended on a 'floating' dashboard. And while instrument design reflects the past, use of aluminium adds a modern feel.

A centrally mounted, rotary shift knob for the 7-speed transmission is an unusual feature, set into the Nepta's centre console.

Back seat passengers in the Renault Nepta are protected from buffeting by the wind with a transparent screen positioned between the front seats. Entertainment for the passengers is provided by folding DVD screens installed in the back of the front seats.


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