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TMR Team | Sep, 10 2013 | 1 Comment

Renault's much-hyped Initiale Paris badge has debuted in Frankfurt this week, on the back of a new high-riding people-mover concept.

The French carmaker has yet to reveal details of the new concept, although earlier this week it announced the SUV would "embody its vision of premium motoring".

The Initiale Paris has been expected for some time now to debut as a new premium sub-brand for Renault, launching as a rival to Citroen's DS range.

More recently, Renault design boss Laurens van den Acker told industry paper Automotive News that the company's Espace people-mover could soon be replaced by a new luxury offering.

For now, the Initiale Paris concept enters as the latest in van den Acker's "Circle of Life" concept series, which started with the 2010 DeZir and includes the recent Twin'Run and R-Space showcars.

Watch for more details on this concept to come out of Frankfurt in the coming hours.

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