The Renault Talisman was a concept car, the Renault company and was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2001. It was designed by Patrick le Quément.
Talisman is powered (electronically limited) by a V8 engine with a displacement of 4494cc and the car up to 250km/h speeds. It is shifted with a six-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and pulse circuit that distributes the power to the rear wheels. The Michelin PAX tires of the car have emergency running properties. A rear diffuser and brake discs with a diameter of 380 mm ensure even at higher speeds for sufficient Security and delay.
The Talisman has been designed in a rounded shape. In the interior you get to both sides by the 2450 mm breitenen wing doors, swing, only via a button on the smart card, electro-hydraulically upwards. By this wing door concept the talisman is missing the B-pillar, which makes it very easy to get into the back of the car. The interior itself are four seats with frames made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic, which covered with red leather are. The seat height can be determined by seat cushions, otherwise the seats are permanently installed and the driver can adjust the valves and the pedals with small electric motors for its stature. The circular instruments correspond to the touch design of Renault.
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