The model will show up at the Sao Paolo Auto Show wearing a blueish halo, coming from the headlights and fog lights. Lots of stickers adorn the sides of the car, hinting to possible more personalization schemes at this level, should the car be approved for production.
The graphics are featured on a somewhat modified body kit, especially created by the French manufacturer for the concept. The body kit includes modified front and rear bumpers, side skirts, front grille and extend to the ground through the alloy wheels.
As for the interior, provided you are not currently in Sao Paolo, there's little information available so far. What's worse, the carmaker did not release any images showing the interior of the model. It would have been nice to see though, as Dacia models, reliable as they may be, have been know to lack the proper quality when it comes to the interior.
According to Renault, the model hides under its hood a 1.6l 16v Hi-Flex engine which develops 112 hp. The blueish halo we mentioned earlier is, if you like, the expression of the model's green attributes. The engine fitted by Renault under the hood works on ethanol.