Car manufacturer Renault is set to launch a new vehicle commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of architect Le Corbusier.
The Coupe Corbusier design was inspired by the architect’s modernist principals and theories. Designers at Renault have been working on the car for two years.
Renault says the car has “a minimalist-yet-luxurious cockpit” with space for two passengers on bucket seats. Its roof is made up of several frame-less glass panels attached to metal beams, a design solution also found on Le Corbusier-penned buildings and houses.
Cargo can be stored in the trunk or in compartments built into the front fenders.