Concept of the Month: Renault Radiance (2004)

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As we saw last month, delightful design can be found in unusual places. The 2004 Renault Radiance, a concept for a full-size lorry with more automotive design elements, is just such an example.

As we saw last month, delightful design can be found in unusual places – even among vehicles not commonly associated with cutting-edge design. Such was the case in 2004 at the IAA Hanover Commercial Vehicles show when Renault surprised those assembled with a dramatic new truck concept in a brilliant yellow colourway: The Radiance.

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