Renault Alaskan Concept

Sep 23, 2015

Category: Rides

Renault has announced a new Alaskan concept, a sporty truck design that’s ready for work, recreation and everyday driving.

The European vehicle brand’s newest concept is a large 1-tonne pickup that has a curvy, swept back shape. It has a visual sense of power and robustness. The concept vehicle has tie-down tracks and side cargo boxes in the bed. There are action cams embedded in both of the side mirror housings, providing the opportunity to capture the passing landscape as you drive by. It also sports an electrical component of some sort on the roof, including a solar panel, antenna and integrated LED lighting, although details as to what it was all for were not given. The truck has a twin-turbo four-cylinder engine with best in class fuel economy. Renault will fully unveil the concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show this week.

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