More recently, the company Renault announced the release of the machine of the future - Morphoz. Representatives of the concept claim that the car combines ergonomics and a unique design.
The car has the ability to connect to a "smart" energy-saving system, and also has a sliding body. During the switch, the cruise mode auto transforms. Its dimensions change: the wheelbase becomes wider by 20 cm, depending on the driving mode, city or travel. On specially equipped charging bases in the car, they can change the batteries to more powerful in just a few seconds. Adapts dimensions, optics, as well as body elements.
The basis of the autotransformer was the new electric platform CMF-EV. Subsequently, Renault plans to use this base in the family of new generation electric cars. Given the variability of this platform, manufacturers complete the car with several batteries.
The client is provided with the choice of interior layout and several power plant options. An example of such a car is a show car, which includes a combination of an electric motor with a capacity of 218 forces and a battery of 40 or 90 kilowatt hours. Such a car can support charging from a wall outlet. And while the machine is moving, it collects excess kinetic energy back into the battery.
The Morphoz is equipped with removable batteries that can be used in various ways. For example: to provide your home with electricity, power street lighting from them, or recharge other electric cars.
By releasing this car, Renault has shown that it actively takes care of a clean environment. They believe that voluminous batteries are much better to exchange than to release a battery pack for a subsequent separate car. This approach in the auto industry will significantly reduce the negative impact on the environment.