We haven't perceived such a weird pre-production model ever since BMW stopped using Frankenstein cars as try-out equines for its time cars a few years ago.
Renault seems to act this tradition by try-out one of its weird time versions using the one of the most strange equines ever. We found face to face with a mysterious associate of the actual Renault family. We are communicating about a Espace with a wheelbase that is so comically were that it could probably be a good meet to a Mercedes-Maybach.
Our first guess, as well as our spy artists', was that it might be a mule for a time Renault full-magnitude sedan of some category. Then thinking propelled in, and we decided to have an adjacent look at the situation. Turning our eagle-eye imagination on, we spied the much constricting front and rear tracks, something that is obviously not in sync with what you would expect from a full-magnitude sedan. Also acting into record the obvious alloy wheels and high tire partitions, it seems more and more like a future Renault van.
Sadly, that explanation also moved once we remembered that the only van of an akin magnitude in the Renault roll is the Trafic, and the actual epoch is not even three years aged. Plus, the subjected environments of the rear mixture suggest something that can move travelers, not pull an agglomeration of baguettes.
We sincerely have no hint what this car is, but the database of unsound replies is definitely longer than that enormous wheelbase. Maybe Renault is simply try-out a brand-new epoch of its four-wheel driving system and decided to troll everyone while doing it. Either that or it's try-out a brand-new kind of long and somewhat constricting traveler car to compression into its time roll.
The only situation we know for convinced is that the spied model looks like it was energy by a diesel motor, so we're not communicating about an electric car.