The purpose of an auto show display is to wow and excite, and the resplendent Renault Trezor does just that. Its clamshell-style hood opens, a la Oldsmobile Aerotech, to allow the driver and passenger to climb inside. Hexagons, like Renault’s logo, are peppered throughout the interior and exterior. Although the Trezor’s 350-hp, rear-wheel-drive, electric powertrain shares origins with Renault’s Formula E efforts, its most impressive feature is its ability to turn autonomous. When the driver cedes control to the car, its exterior lighting changes to let other motorists know. In short, we’re not worthy of a coupe so beautiful and intelligent — which is probably why you won’t see a Trezor on the Interstate any time soon. On stage alongside the Trezor, perhaps as proof of concept, was the updated Zoe EV, which now offers a range of approximately 250 miles per full charge.