Renault has teamed up with British designer Ross Lovegrove to create a new concept car that hints at the future styling direction for the French automaker. The yet-to-be-named car will be unveiled at the Triennale of Milan on April 8, and it will be on display unit the 14th.

Although the automaker has not released any details about the car, it did say that the concept's design has been heavily influenced by elements of nature. This includes details like the ripples in some of the body components and branch-like features on the wheels and what appears to be either a fog light or a speaker grille. Sounds interesting, and we'll know soon enough how the whole package will take shape.

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Reveal concept-car Renault-Ross Lovegrove
March 18, 2013

Renault and Ross Lovegrove will unveil a concept-car at the Triennale of Milano April 8th at 12:00, a new creation that underline Renault's Design strategy.

Renault and Lovegrove Studio collaboration to explore new design languages. By examining nature, its systems and energy transactions this project intends to bring awareness and understanding of those phenomena and their current impact.

Working with contemporary computational design, Ross Lovegrove and his studios intension is to reveal natures underlying blueprints and transfer them into a new design language.

The concept-car will be on exhibition at the Triennale of Milan from April 9th to 14th.