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This Renault Twizy looks a lot like Iron Man

It's even got a glowing power cable!

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Iron Man Renault Twizy CES 2017
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This car spotted at CES 2017 sure has a color combination we've all seen before...

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The Renault Twizy EV isn't exactly a ride fit for Tony Stark, but it's an efficient little city car from Europe.

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It's even sporting a glowing cable!

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If the color combo didn't give away the theme of this EV, the big Marvel branding behind it probably should.

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That cable you see is actually the first electroluminescent EV charging cable, supplied by Pilot.

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Renault's Twizy aspirations at CES extend beyond a simple paint job and flashy cable, though.

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Renault wants to use the Twizy as the basis for the world's first open-source, mass market vehicle.

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With the help of OSVehicles, third parties will be allowed to modify software to create a car that's far more customizable.

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ARM architecture will give users the ability to add new hardware, which could give the vehicle autonomous capabilities.

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If only Renault would give it a steering wheel that looks a little less 1994.

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