French firm will show four new electric vehicles at the Frankfurt motor show
15 September 2009

Renault has unveiled four new electric concepts at the Frankfurt motor show. The models have been shown off in an official teaser picture released by the French firm.

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A small open wheeled urban vehicle is one of the vehicles teased, while the larger saloon appears to be the Fluence, which was unveiled last week.

The other two appear to be of Twingo size, with one resembling a conventional hatch and the other being a more sporting coupe.

The concepts will be launched by Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn next Tuesday at a press conference.

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10 September 2009

The second-from-the-left model looks like the Kangoo Be Bop ZE, I think. Looking forward to these.

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