French automaker Renault unveiled its SYMBIOZ fully electric autonomous concept car at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, in September. The Renault SYMBIOZ with its very concept of an extended home on wheels and fully synchronized and connected nature wowed the audience and gained a lot of praise. Renault has now come up with a fully functional demo car of the SYMBIOZ concept to offer a proper look and feel of the actual car.
SYMBIOZ is a fully autonomous, electric, and connected car for the future, as Renault terms it, and in order to offer real world demonstrations to the media, the company has unveiled the first rolling prototype which has been build from scratch. The SYMBIOZ concept car at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show was only show prototype and was non-functional. Renault has been very quick to build a functional prototype of the concept which indicates that the company has received great reception of the SYMBIOZ at Frankfurt, which encouraged the company to further build up the buzz around the concept model. This also gives us the hope that the Renault SYMBIOZ would not end up as being just another concept only model and will make it to the production line in future, especially given the fact that the future auto industry is rapidly moving towards fully electric, autonomous, intelligent and connected cars.