PARIS -- Renault said its Morphoz concept car previews the automaker's new family of electric models.
The full-electric car will be unveiled at the Geneva auto show on March 3.
Renault released an image of the concept's grille ahead of the Geneva unveil but offered few details ahead of the Geneva unveil.
The Morphoz will offer "a personalized adaptation to the needs, desires and uses" of each passenger, Renault said in a news release.
Along with alliance partner Nissan, Renault was a pioneer in electric cars with the launch of the Zoe battery-powered small hatchback in 2012.
Last year the Zoe was Europe's second best-selling car with 45,728 sales after the Tesla Model 3, which sold 94,492, according to JATO Dynamics market researchers.
Renault will debut a full-electric version of its Twingo minicar at the Geneva show. The Twingo Z.E. will share its electric drivetrain with its platform sibling, the Smart ForFour.
Renault's budget brand, Dacia, will debut a battery-powered concept car in Geneva. The production version likely will be based on the the Renault City K-ZE electric car sold in China for about 8,000 euros but Renault has not confirmed this.
Renault's next generation of full-electric cars will appear in 2021-22, and will share a new platform, CMF-EV, with Nissan.
Renault's previous cycle of concept vehicles included electric and autonomous interpretations of a robotaxi (the EZ-GO), a delivery van system (the EZ-PRO) and a luxury car (the EZ-Ultimo).
At Geneva, Renault will also show a plug-in hybrid version of its Megane compact car. The automaker is adding hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains to its Clio, Captur and Megane models.
Renault's sports-car brand, Alpine, will show a concept version of the Alpine A110 sports car, called the A110 SportsX, which it says is inspired by the rally-winning A110s of the early 1970s.