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Renault has chosen the glamorous weekend which sees the Cannes Film Festival coincide with the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix to take the wraps off Renault Laguna Coupe. The flowing lines of the newcomer’s elegant, uncluttered design express timeless beauty and the promise of sheer motoring enjoyment. Its performance provides unprecedented pleasure behind the wheel thanks to the combination of its Active Drive chassis equipped with four-wheel steering – which has been acclaimed by the media across Europe on the GT version of Renault Laguna – and the two new V6 powerplants which have been introduced at the same time as this image-forging vehicle
Renault has released UK pricing and specification for the Laguna 2011 Hatch and Sport Tourer models, with savings of up to £1,855 available compared to the previous range. All Renault Laguna models in the revised range come with comprehensive specification levels. For the entry-level Expression, this includes Arkamys 3D Sound single CD/radio MP3 with Bluetooth™ and fingertip control, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, aux input, ESC and front fog lights. Three of the most prominent options are electric panoramic sunroof (£615), BOSE audio system, bi-xenon directional headlights including daytime running lights (£750) and the Carminat TomTom Live® navigation system (£460, Expression only as standard on Dynamique TomTom and above)
New Renault Mégane Coupe places the emphases on safe driving enjoyment and performance for discerning enthusiasts looking for sensations to match this coupe’s striking looks but who also want a car they can use on a daily basis. Despite being bigger and roomier, new Mégane and new Renault Mégane Coupe are an average 8kg lighter than their predecessors. New Renault Mégane and new Renault Mégane Coupe benefit from Renault’s expertise in the realm of safety, too
Stylish, expressive Renault Laguna GT introduces the new Active Drive chassis with four-wheel steering (4WS) and two exclusive high-performance engines in the form of the diesel 2.0 dCi 180hp and the petrol 2.0 turbo 205hp. Renault Laguna GT makes a sparkling entry into the select field of sports tourers, combining real and perceived quality with performance, safety and driving pleasure. Not only does the Active Drive chassis with four-wheel steering break new ground on the sporting saloon market but it also brings a long list of real benefits which combine to reach new heights in driveability and active safety
New Renault Laguna's more assertive front-end styling - which features 'eyelid' headlights with black masks as standard, as well as additional chrome trimming for the new pearlescent black grille - gives the model an unmistakably more dynamic stance. It immediately comes across as more nervous and playful, and points to the promise of even greater driving pleasure. A NEW FRONT-END DESIGN The front end's more forceful and more assertive looks immediately set the tone. In keeping with the enjoyment promised by New Renault Laguna's performance credentials, the new front design is both expressive and dynamic
Renault Latitude is a generously-dimensioned saloon car. Its nicely balanced proportions and elegant lines point to the exceptional comfort and wellbeing occupants can look forward to onboard. This promise is confirmed by the refinement and high quality finish of the cabin, as well as by the interior's carefully selected materials and occupant-friendly layout. Renault Latitude is a new addition to the Renault range. It is a large saloon, with a length of 4,897mm, a width of 1,832mm, a height of 1,483mm, a 2,762mm wheelbase and front and rear overhangs of 1,035mm and 1,100mm respectively
New Renault Laguna's more assertive front-end styling - which features 'eyelid' headlights with black masks as standard, as well as additional chrome trimming for the new pearlescent black grille - gives the model an unmistakably more dynamic stance. It immediately comes across as more nervous and playful, and points to the promise of even greater driving pleasure. A NEW FRONT-END DESIGN The front end's more forceful and more assertive looks immediately set the tone. In keeping with the enjoyment promised by New Renault Laguna's performance credentials, the new front design is both expressive and dynamic
Following the launches of Newand New , Renault will further extend the Mégane line-up this spring with the introduction of New Renault Grand Scénic, followed by the release of New Renault Scénic. Building on the success of Scénic I and Scénic II, and profiting from its unrivalled expertise when it comes to user-friendly interiors, cabin space and travelling comfort, Renault is poised to renew the compact MPV segment's standard-setting model with the launch of New Grand Scénic (five and seven seats) and New Scénic (five seats)
Thefamily has been extended to include a new model which features its own distinct personality: New Renault Mégane Estate. New Renault Mégane Estate boasts vast carrying capacity and could hardly be more driverfriendly, while its dynamic, elegant lines give it undeniable sporting appeal. The newcomer boasts a raft of high-tech equipment, too, including Carminat TomTom®, a new, fullyintegrated satnav system for a pioneering price of less than €500. Compared with New Renault Mégane Hatchback, the extended wheelbase and rear overhang have freed up additional cabin space for occupants, as well as extra carrying capacity
New Renault Mégane Hatch is designed to win over a particularly exacting clientele and combines styling cues from both the world of sport and the passion associated with cars. From a very early stage, Renault's Design Department worked hand in hand with the project engineers to incorporate sporty styling and robustness into Mégane's genetic make-up, and both are exuded by the new model's generously dimensioned body panels and sweeping curves. The result is a family hatchback of 4,295mm in length with an unmistakably dynamic stance thanks particularly to its short front and rear overhangs, its wheelbase of 2,640mm, its steeply-raked roofline and wide front and rear tracks (respectively 28mm and 33mm wider than )