The Renault Racoon was an aquatic-capable concept car unveiled in 1992. It received a twin-turbocharged V6 engine, a manual transmission and an all-wheel drive system. To get into the Racoon, the driver had to open the front of the car, as it had no traditional doors.
The Racoon could be raised upwards for increased ground clearance, achieved with a levered effect.
The car also featured many radical features such as rain diffusing glass, remote controlled entry, computer control, satellite navigation and cameras instead of rear view mirrors. While many of these technologies have become normal on vehicles today, at the time of the Racoon’s unveiling, most of this technology was still in its infancy.
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