Renault Nepta Concept 

  • 2006
Nepta is a combination of the dream car and the love of fine mechanical engineering.
The design of the instruments pays tribute to vehicles of the past, while the aluminium treatment adds a modern touch.

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Renault Nepta Concept
The wave-shaped side panels give an impression of fluidity and highlight Nepta's long body shape; an effect that is further enhanced by the special anodic aluminium colour treatment on the lower part of the body shell, the mud flaps and the front and rear spoilers.
Nepta is a combination of the dream car and the love of fine mechanical engineering.

2006 Renault Nepta Concept

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If the lack of a top weren't a big enough clue, it's obvious this is strictly a show car because it's powered not by a diesel engine, like every other car in France, but by a 420-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 that runs on gasoline.
See all 11 Photos From the people who brought you such dorkmobiles as the Le Car and the Alliance-and who brought your parents schlock like the Dauphine and the Caravelle (look 'em up)-comes this absolutely gorgeous four-seat convertible concept.

Renault Nepta Concept

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Auto Shows arrow Renault Nepta Concept The French did not let us down at this year's Paris auto show, with one of the country's most shimmery examples being the Renault Nepta four-seat convertible concept.
Actually, door isn't quite the right word...the entire body side launches skyward, granting the whole world a clear view of the interior, as well as part of the shroud covering its twin-turbo, 420-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 (hinting at the upcoming Nissan Skyline, perhaps)?

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Brand Renault
Year 2006


Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion


Fuels Gas
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