Renault created a new car for us. They've called it the "Triber"
The lovely folks at Renault have evidently decided they're going to announce a new concept car, or a brand new model, every fortnight and so, one after the other, they've been sending us news and info and pictures about commercial vans shaped like an ice cube and urban vehicles shaped like a box but this is different. This is no ordinary car and it isn't a one-off concept car made of bamboo leaves and copper, it is an actual vehicle that will be into production.
Renault will begin by selling and marketing this car in India but they say it has "international ambitions". This is a clever and versatile vehicle, it can accommodate up to seven people in less than 4 metres of space and that's a good thing.
Outside it looks like the usual Renault with LED lights and chrome details here and there and it should be available with several different options for paint, including two-colour schemes like the "Noir Profond" or the "Blanc Grège".
Inside we find about a million cupholes and cubicles where you can safely store your stuff, a refrigerated glovebox and, of course, an 8'' touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also has radars and cameras for parking and a plethora of USB ports.
Now comes the really good news. Renault clearly designed this car with the Drivetribe community in mind because this car is called...