Renault says the SYMBIOZ interior is like a lounge, but with more space than you’d expect. Even in something 4.8 metres long. We love the seats wrapped in fabric from an Aleksandra Gaca sofa and lush materials like felt, wood, marble, and even porcelain. So fancy. So French. A French fancy if you will. Autonomous mode must be active to unlock the full lounge-spec though, when the steering wheel slides away and the front seats swivel round to face the rears. More oddly, Renault says the SYMBIOZ becomes an extra room when you park it inside your home (normally only happens to Renaults when learner drivers confuse pedals), but smart-charging tech is trick – house and car share energy through a smart-grid, so the SYMBIOZ could power the house in a black-out. It’s a symbiotic… ooooh.