Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

As the long-ass photo thread after the jump attests, Renault released shots of the Nepta concept it's bringing to the Paris show later this month. You can see that the long rear overhang introduced in the teaser shot this morning is still there, verifying the earlier shot's, er, veracity. It's also got more LED lighting than Times Square on New Year's. The four-seater GT cabriolet is powered by a longitudinally mounted, direct-injection 3.5-liter V6 gas producing 420 hp — offering (to those five engineers who get to drive such a concept) a theoretical zero-to-60 time of 4.9 seconds. It's linked to a seven-speed autobox. More photos and specs after the jump. We're going to take a nap.

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Renault Reveals Nepta Concept for Paris Show

Interior equipment
Four independent seats made of leather with printed decorations
Anti-turbulence air deflectors between the front and rear seats
Motor-driven adjustment of the steering wheel and pedal positions
Analogue and digital instruments
DVD screens in the backrests of the front seats with folding protective covers

Exterior equipment
Motor-driven gull wing doors for access to the front and rear seats and the engine compartment
Electronic obstacle detection and anti-pinch devices
Carbon bodywork
High-performance LED lighting and signalling functions
Canvas hood with rigid cover
Anti-roll bars that can be mounted at the rear


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