The Renault EZ-GO and EZ-ULTIMO concept cars will be on display at the Hôtel des Invalides in Paris until February 3, 2019
Boulogne Billancourt, January 30, 2019 – As part of the 34st Festival Automobile International at Les Invalides, the Renault EZ trio of concept cars won the Grand Prix Creativ’ Experience Prize.
These three concept cars, EZ-GO, EZ-PRO and EZ-ULTIMO, are part of Renault's futuristic concept car program launched in 2017. While SYMBIOZ illustrated the individual, autonomous, electric and connected mobility of tomorrow, the R.S. 2027 VISION concept foreshadowed the Formula 1 of the future. In 2018, Renault continued its program and, within the space of a year, unveiled a series of three robot vehicle concepts that explore electric urban mobility for individual, collective or professional use.
“We are honored and especially thrilled to receive the Creativ’ Experience Award for our trio of EZ concept cars. These concept cars are not just stylistic prototypes. They have been designed to fit into the ecosystems of future smart cities and to meet the urban challenges that individuals and professionals will face. In this exciting period of change in the automotive industry, our role as designers is to be creative and continue to inspire our customers while offering them sustainable mobility solutions,” said Anthony Lo, Vice President of Exterior Design for Groupe Renault.
Remi Depoix, President of the Festival Automobile International, emphasized the reasons why the EZ concept car series won the award:
“This award, sponsored by Dassault Systèmes, recognizes the most advanced concept cars in terms of innovation and connected experience. This trio is a brilliant example of the talent and creativity of Renault’s designers. These concept cars combine sleek design, elegance and functionality," said Remi Depoix, President of the Festival Automobile International.
Come and discover Renault EZ-GO and EZ-ULTIMO until February 3, 2019, on display at the Festival Automobile International at the Hôtel des Invalides, on Place Vauban.