Renault unveils its MORPHOZ concept car, illustrating its vision of future electric mobility. This modular vehicle offers a personalized adaptation to the needs, desires and uses of each person to push back all the automotive limits.
Renault MORPHOZ is a personal electric vehicle, connected and equipped with level 3 autonomous driving functions. It can be shared when not in use.
MORPHOZ is adaptable: it can be transformed to fit to all uses, both those of everyday life, for short journeys and those requiring a longer range.
It takes advantage of the Alliance's future CMF-EV modular electric platform to offer several configurations of power, capacity and range, as well as habitability and trunk volume.
It prefigures a new family of Renault electric models that will arrive from 2021.
This futuristic vehicle represents Renault’s vision of personal, shareable electric mobility in the years beyond 2025. It’s called the MORPHOZ. And it draws on the Alliance’s new modular CMF-EV electric platform to offer several configurations not only of power, capacity and range, but also of user options and boot space too.
Faithful to the brand’s DNA, the MORPHOZ concept embodies the Family petal of Renault’s ‘Life Flower’ design strategy, which is based around the stages within a person’s life. However, it is not merely an exploratory vision of mobility. In its design, details and interior presentation, it also heralds a new family of Renault electric models for the coming years.