Renault’s new concept car comes with a quad!

Feb 07, 2014 3 Comments by

Just unveiled at the Dehli Auto Show, the Renault Kwid’s “Flying Companion” is stored in the car’s roof and will allow drivers to avoid traffic jams, find parking spots, and use GPS to scout locations. A built-in screen in the dash allows the driver or passenger to control it and see live video. We just want to know when we can get one!

Debra Cleghorn, Featured News

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3 Responses to “Renault’s new concept car comes with a quad!”

  1. Roger Forgues says:

    Oh this is most interesting, of course this could be done with any car today, Let me think LOL

  2. Richard says:

    I see this crazy idea the same as Amazon’s drone delivery system. No real reason for it, just some engineer’s dream. Drones are cool but I think they are being envisioned in needless situations such as this.

  3. Joe says:

    The first car to come with a drone was the Mach 5. Just ask Speed Racer.

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