Renault's latest concept car might be trying to capture a vague emotion, but it also sports a rope-based interior and an augmented reality display.
A follow up to the DeZir concept car that's meant to encapsulate the essence of falling in love, Renault's latest flight of automotive fancy captures, in the company's words, "passion present at the beginning of any new adventure".
Both the seats and cargo bay consist primarily of high-tech fibre ropes. In the boot the ropes are configurable, allowing the shape of the space to be changed and for items to be secured. They'll also support the weight of a human body, so the boot can be used as a hammock.
The ropes seen on the boot wall in this photo can be pulled across to form a seat back, transforming the Captur into a four-seat hatchback.