The Renault Twizy EV isn't exactly a ride fit for Tony Stark, but it's an efficient little city car from Europe.
It's even sporting a glowing cable!
If the color combo didn't give away the theme of this EV, the big Marvel branding behind it probably should.
That cable you see is actually the first electroluminescent EV charging cable, supplied by Pilot.
Renault's Twizy aspirations at CES extend beyond a simple paint job and flashy cable, though.
Renault wants to use the Twizy as the basis for the world's first open-source, mass market vehicle.
With the help of OSVehicles, third parties will be allowed to modify software to create a car that's far more customizable.
ARM architecture will give users the ability to add new hardware, which could give the vehicle autonomous capabilities.
If only Renault would give it a steering wheel that looks a little less 1994.