Renault s KWID Concept comes with its own Flying Companion quadcopter Unveiled at the New Delhi Auto Show the KWID Concept was tailored to meet the needs of Indian drivers with room for five passengers and an interior designed to work better in warmer climates To the left of the steering wheel an integrated console manages KWID s unique selling proposition the one of a kind built in Flying Companion The proprietary quadcopter hidden beneath a rear pivoting roof section is a world first feature that can be operated remotely from inside the cockpit In automatic mode the Flying Companion can be run through a programmed flying sequence using GPS coordinates or in manual mode can be driven by passengers inside the car via an integrated tablet Although what may appear gimmicky at first the Flying Companion s ability to scout traffic road conditions or surroundings while taking photographs makes it a viable idea for future designs

Renault's KWID Concept comes with its own Flying Companion quadcopter

Unveiled at the New Delhi Auto Show, the KWID Concept was tailored to meet the needs of Indian drivers, with room for five-passengers and an interior designed to work better in warmer climates

To the left of the steering wheel, an integrated console manages KWID’s unique selling proposition – the one of a kind built-in Flying Companion. The proprietary quadcopter, hidden beneath a rear pivoting roof section, is a world first feature that can be operated remotely from inside the cockpit.

In automatic mode, the Flying Companion can be run through a programmed flying sequence using GPS coordinates, or in manual mode can be driven by passengers inside the car via an integrated tablet. Although what may appear gimmicky at first, the Flying Companion’s ability to scout traffic, road conditions, or surroundings while taking photographs makes it a viable idea for future designs.

Renault's KWID Concept comes with its own Flying Companion quadcopter

Unveiled at the New Delhi Auto Show, the KWID Concept was tailored to meet the needs of Indian drivers, with room for five-passengers and an interior designed to work better in warmer climates

To the left of the steering wheel, an integrated console manages KWID’s unique selling proposition – the one of a kind built-in Flying Companion. The proprietary quadcopter, hidden beneath a rear pivoting roof section, is a world first feature that can be operated remotely from inside the cockpit.

In automatic mode, the Flying Companion can be run through a programmed flying sequence using GPS coordinates, or in manual mode can be driven by passengers inside the car via an integrated tablet. Although what may appear gimmicky at first, the Flying Companion’s ability to scout traffic, road conditions, or surroundings while taking photographs makes it a viable idea for future designs.

Renault's KWID Concept comes with its own Flying Companion quadcopter Unveiled at the New Delhi Auto Show, the KWID Concept was tailored to meet the needs of Indian drivers, with room for five-passengers and an interior designed to work better in warmer climates To the left of the steering wheel, an integrated console manages KWID’s unique selling proposition – the one of a kind built-in Flying Companion. The proprietary quadcopter, hidden beneath a rear pivoting roof section, is a world first feature that can be operated remotely from inside the cockpit. In automatic mode, the Flying Companion can be run through a programmed flying sequence using GPS coordinates, or in manual mode can be driven by passengers inside the car via an integrated tablet. Although what may appear gimmicky at first, the Flying Companion’s ability to scout traffic, road conditions, or surroundings while taking photographs makes it a viable idea for future designs.

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