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1994 Renault Modus

In 1994, Renault presented the Modus concept compact MPV at the Paris Motor Show. Its feature is a horseshoe-shaped base on which several different modules could be attached.


The car could act as an open truck or a closed van. A special compartment with a large refrigerator was provided for the delivery of perishable food or medicine. Finally, installing a glazed module with the inscription "TAXI," designed to carry six passengers.


The Modus "helicopter" cockpit had a telephone, fax, and Carminat satellite navigation system, used by Renault on production vehicles a year after the prototype debuted.


"Modus" is considered one of the most significant concept cars of the 90s, setting the general trend for the further development of small multifunctional vehicles.


Source: motor.ru