At the 16th Paris Motor Show, Renault officially released the new pickup truck type, Alaskan. Three years later, Renault brought the Alaskan Ice Edition concept car at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. It is reported that the concept car is based on the Alaskan model, with a new look and improved configuration.
In terms of appearance, the Renault Alaskan Ice Edition concept pickup has added a special pull to the hood, side door and roof, which is extraordinarily spirited. The front bumper also incorporates red and black contrast elements that look unique. At the same time, the new car is also equipped with a two-color cargo compartment cover, 18-inch black rims, all-terrain tires, shark fin antennas and so on.
Interiors, equipped with leather seats, 6-speaker audio, automatic air conditioning, multi-function steering wheel, multimedia entertainment system. In the configuration, the car is equipped with the reverse assist, ESP body stability system, steep slope descent, rear differential lock, front seat heating, and other configurations.
In terms of power, this model will provide two diesel engines of 2.3T and 2.5T and a 2.5T gasoline engine. The drive train matches the engine with a 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission. In addition, the car will also provide rear-drive and four-wheel drive versions for consumers to choose.
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