Renault's funky Be Bop twins were shown in Tokyo, where their wild, fish-like styling seemed to be at home. One Bopper is a 115-hp all-terrain vehicle, while the other Bopper is a more performance-oriented, 225-hp model from the Renaultsport brand. Both draw styling influence from previous Renault designs, along with the natural aerodynamic sleekness of a water droplet. The aero theme carries over to the streamlined floor plan as the designers seek to cheat the wind to aid fuel efficiency. The SUV-variant features rear seats that can disappear under the front seats with the push of a button and a rear hatch system that lifts the glass above the roof, opens the lower portion downward, and slides out a package shelf. Both models use LCD instrument panels and feature appropriately artistic interiors.