Renault Talisman

Renault Talisman

About Renault Talisman

The Renault Talisman is a luxury 2-door sedan/coup concept car designed after the 1995 Renault Initiale Concept line by Renault chief designer Patrick le Qument and it was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2001. The first sketches were drawn in early 2000 and first referred as Renault Z12. There were 4 final 1/5 scale models and a judging team, led by Patrick le Qument selected this coup. It was named 'Talisman' on June 20, 2001 The Talisman was designed as a luxury sedan with 4 comfortable seats but with only 2 gullwing doors and a coup-style ending. It applies the 'Touch Design' concept, where the principal objective is to make materials and controls soft and ergonomic. The equipment is formed by LCD screens instead of mirrors, GPS and even a Tag Heuer clock in the middle of the board. The board slides up giving access to a giant glovebox.

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