The Renault Talisman from 2001 was a luxury coupe concept
powered by a 4.5 litre V8.
The exterior design of the Talisman was distinctive and
unique, without having to resort to shock tactics to get
noticed. The large, flowing single-pane side windows were
a feature made possible because of the electro-hydraulic
gull-wing doors on either side. At the rear the tail tucked
in neatly. It featured a rear hatch and window which acted
as an extension of the panoramic glass roof.
Inside the four seats, set out in two almost identical
seat rows, were extremely thin. This compact design meant
more space was left for the passengers and their belongings.
An unusual design feature of the seat belts are their
reversed mountings; on the left for the right hand seats,
and vice versa.
For the control interfaces and switches the Talisman employed
Renault's concept of "Touch Design". This is
a design style where the main goal is to make materials
and controls soft and ergonomic. Every switch and button
of the Talisman was designed to be intuitive and their
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