The Renault Trezor is long and low to the ground, and access to it happens by opening up the whole car — both driver and passenger have to hop in, since there are no actual doors to open. And there are hexagonal flaps on the front hood that lift up to assist cooling.
Trezor is fully electric, with one battery pack at the front, sitting under those cooling flaps, and another one at the back.
It’s a luxuriously spacious two-seater, and in the red-upholstered area in front of each passenger is a vast luggage space. Dashboard is a wraparound multi-panel display that matches the retro sci-fi vibe that the rest of the car evokes.
But just for a little while, in the chaotic environs of the Geneva Motor Show, the Trezor threw back to the dreams of childhood and resurfaced the wonders and enthusiasms of that adolescent time.