Renault Megane Coupe GT (2011)


Renault Megane Coupe GT

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both inside and out. Their sporty character is further accentuated by the Malta Blue body colour (which is exclusive to these versions) and by the Dark Metal (anthracite grey) or polished carbon finish of certain details.

Front: the specific GT/GT Line bumper features a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the registration plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, Dark Metal-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper. Black headlamp backgrounds round off the uniquely striking personality of new Renault Mégane GT and GT Line.

Rear: the body colour lower section of the rear bumper incorporates an aerodynamic diffuser.

The windscreen frame and cabin surround of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line are picked out in Dark Metal (instead of satin-finish chrome).

New Renault Mégane Hatchback and Estate GT Line and GT inherit the same 'Sport' chassis as Mégane Coupé. As is the case with Mégane Coupé, the ride height has been lowered by 12mm. The GT Line and GT versions of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet place the accent more on comfort and feature the same ride height as the standard model.

Inside, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS:

  • front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion,
  • aluminium-faced pedal set,
  • dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter
Renault Megane Coupe GT Line (2011)


Renault Megane Coupe GT Line

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both inside and out. Their sporty character is further accentuated by the Malta Blue body colour (which is exclusive to these versions) and by the Dark Metal (anthracite grey) or polished carbon finish of certain details.

Front: the specific GT/GT Line bumper features a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the registration plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, Dark Metal-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper. Black headlamp backgrounds round off the uniquely striking personality of new Renault Mégane GT and GT Line.

Rear: the body colour lower section of the rear bumper incorporates an aerodynamic diffuser.

The windscreen frame and cabin surround of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line are picked out in Dark Metal (instead of satin-finish chrome).

New Renault Mégane Hatchback and Estate GT Line and GT inherit the same 'Sport' chassis as Mégane Coupé. As is the case with Mégane Coupé, the ride height has been lowered by 12mm. The GT Line and GT versions of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet place the accent more on comfort and feature the same ride height as the standard model.

Inside, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS:

  • front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion,
  • aluminium-faced pedal set,
  • dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter
Renault Megane Estate GT (2011)


Renault Megane Estate GT

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both inside and out. Their sporty character is further accentuated by the Malta Blue body colour (which is exclusive to these versions) and by the Dark Metal (anthracite grey) or polished carbon finish of certain details.

Front: the specific GT/GT Line bumper features a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the registration plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, Dark Metal-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper. Black headlamp backgrounds round off the uniquely striking personality of new Renault Mégane GT and GT Line.

Rear: the body colour lower section of the rear bumper incorporates an aerodynamic diffuser.

The windscreen frame and cabin surround of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line are picked out in Dark Metal (instead of satin-finish chrome).

New Renault Mégane Hatchback and Estate GT Line and GT inherit the same 'Sport' chassis as Mégane Coupé. As is the case with Mégane Coupé, the ride height has been lowered by 12mm. The GT Line and GT versions of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet place the accent more on comfort and feature the same ride height as the standard model.

Inside, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS:

  • front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion,
  • aluminium-faced pedal set,
  • dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter
Renault Megane Estate GT Line (2011)


Renault Megane Estate GT Line

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both inside and out. Their sporty character is further accentuated by the Malta Blue body colour (which is exclusive to these versions) and by the Dark Metal (anthracite grey) or polished carbon finish of certain details.

Front: the specific GT/GT Line bumper features a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the registration plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, Dark Metal-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper. Black headlamp backgrounds round off the uniquely striking personality of new Renault Mégane GT and GT Line.

Rear: the body colour lower section of the rear bumper incorporates an aerodynamic diffuser.

The windscreen frame and cabin surround of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line are picked out in Dark Metal (instead of satin-finish chrome).

New Renault Mégane Hatchback and Estate GT Line and GT inherit the same 'Sport' chassis as Mégane Coupé. As is the case with Mégane Coupé, the ride height has been lowered by 12mm. The GT Line and GT versions of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet place the accent more on comfort and feature the same ride height as the standard model.

Inside, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS:

  • front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion,
  • aluminium-faced pedal set,
  • dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter
Renault Megane GT (2011)


Renault Megane GT

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both inside and out. Their sporty character is further accentuated by the Malta Blue body colour (which is exclusive to these versions) and by the Dark Metal (anthracite grey) or polished carbon finish of certain details.

Front: the specific GT/GT Line bumper features a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the registration plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, Dark Metal-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper. Black headlamp backgrounds round off the uniquely striking personality of new Renault Mégane GT and GT Line.

Rear: the body colour lower section of the rear bumper incorporates an aerodynamic diffuser.

The windscreen frame and cabin surround of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line are picked out in Dark Metal (instead of satin-finish chrome).

New Renault Mégane Hatchback and Estate GT Line and GT inherit the same 'Sport' chassis as Mégane Coupé. As is the case with Mégane Coupé, the ride height has been lowered by 12mm. The GT Line and GT versions of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet place the accent more on comfort and feature the same ride height as the standard model.

Inside, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS:

  • front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion,
  • aluminium-faced pedal set,
  • dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter
Renault Megane GT Line (2011)


Renault Megane GT Line

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both inside and out. Their sporty character is further accentuated by the Malta Blue body colour (which is exclusive to these versions) and by the Dark Metal (anthracite grey) or polished carbon finish of certain details.

Front: the specific GT/GT Line bumper features a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the registration plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, Dark Metal-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper. Black headlamp backgrounds round off the uniquely striking personality of new Renault Mégane GT and GT Line.

Rear: the body colour lower section of the rear bumper incorporates an aerodynamic diffuser.

The windscreen frame and cabin surround of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line are picked out in Dark Metal (instead of satin-finish chrome).

New Renault Mégane Hatchback and Estate GT Line and GT inherit the same 'Sport' chassis as Mégane Coupé. As is the case with Mégane Coupé, the ride height has been lowered by 12mm. The GT Line and GT versions of new Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet place the accent more on comfort and feature the same ride height as the standard model.

Inside, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS:

  • front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion,
  • aluminium-faced pedal set,
  • dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter
Renault Megane RS N4 (2011)


Renault Megane RS N4

Noted for its striking design and having won acclaim for the quality of its chassis and engine, Renault Mégane RS 250 is now to give rise to a rally car, N4, intended for private teams and drivers.

As the only manufacturer to offer a full 'rally' range based on group R regulations, Renault Sport Technologies is now to add Renault Mégane RS N4 to its line-up. Developed for racing on asphalt, it is set to establish a new standard.

With the same intrinsic qualities as the Mégane Renaultsport 250, the new model draws on a heritage of group N-homologated Renaults stretching back over a quarter of a century: 5 GT Turbo, R11 Turbo, R21 2l Turbo, R19 16V, Clio Williams and Clio RS.

Intended to keep costs down, group N regulations impose strict rules on the modifications that can be made to the original car. This constraint works to the advantage of the Renault Mégane RS N4, which gets the full benefit of the technology used on the production model. The PerfoHub independent steering-axis front suspension design has allowed the engineers to put together a chassis that combines traction, directional stability and driving comfort in complete safety. The use of three-way adjustable shock absorbers also allows the settings to be adapted to all types of driving style.

Renault R-Space Concept (2011)


Renault R-Space Concept

The brief given to the designers was to come up with a simple, sensuous and welcoming family vehicle to express Renault's new design philosophy in the MPV class. To achieve this, the designers combined sensuality with a monospace architecture. The result is a compact people carrier measuring 4.25 metres in length, and with a silhouette that is flowing, powerful and sporty.

"Renault R-Space Concept brings together qualities long considered opposed: family, functionality, sportiness and sensuality," explains Axel Breun, Director of Design for Concept and Show Cars. "It answers the expectations of a large slice of our modern society."

The tapered profile of the side windows emphasises the dynamic profile, while the large windscreen and panoramic roof - the thickness of which gradually changes - transform the passenger compartment into a cosy cocoon of shade.

The nose of Renault R-Space Concept adapts the new visual identity (centred on the large, vertically-oriented Renault lozenge) to the proportions of an MPV. The body panels are shaped as sculptured volumes, meaning that the eye is drawn much more to reflections and the play of the light than to the lines themselves.

The body design uses strong forms inspired by the human body. "With R-Space, it was the pent-up energy in tensed muscles that inspired me," reveals Fabrice Pouille, exterior designer. "I wanted to make people feel the urge to caress the body, to make it sensuous - despite the fact that this is an MPV aimed at families."

Renault Wind (2011)


Renault Wind

Renault Wind's length of 3.83 meters sees the newcomer slot between Twingo (3,60 m) and Clio (4,03 m), and marks the addition to the Renault range of a new, compact, coupé-roadster concept that is ideally suited to everyday motoring.

FOR WHO? AND IN RESPONSE TO WHAT DEMAND?

Renault sees no reason why the freedom associated with wind-in-thehair motoring should be the exclusive reserve of the higher-end segments. On the contrary, there is an unmet demand in Europe for a small convertible that can serve as an everyday car, either for the driver alone or for a couple without children. Such customers are quite young (or young at heart!), attracted by the sporty cues of coupés and roadsters and looking for eye-catching looks, as well as a model that is sufficiently practical to serve as an everyday car.

RENAULT WIND: A COUPÉ-ROADSTER

To meet this demand, it was necessary to produce a coupé-roadster with a unique, striking design and sporty looks, but without making any concessions with regard to the features that are seen to go hand-inhand with the sense of true freedom:

  • a clever, robust, easy-to-use roof-opening mechanism that delivers genuine wind-in-the-hair thrills,
  • an exceptionally practical car, with consistent boot space whether the top is up or down,
  • compact dimensions and nimble handling ideally suited to driving in and around town,
  • fun, punchy dynamics combined with low fuel consumption,
  • a low-set driving position and a sporty layout for the controls,
  • an outstanding equipment and specification package for its price.
Renault Alpine A 110-50 Concept (2012)


Renault Alpine A 110-50 Concept

The Alpine Berlinette turns 50 this year and, to mark the event, Renault has created the Renault Alpine A110-50 concept car, dedicated to performance and driving enjoyment.

So what's in a name? In some cases, the heritage of a name is like a national treasure - and that's certainly true for Alpine. Its DNA blends Renault's sporting passion and technical expertise.

  • The Renault Alpine A110-50 concept car translates the most characteristic design features of the original A110 in a modern and spectacular way.
  • The carbon-fibre bodywork features a new shade of blue which refreshes and reinterprets the famous original 'Alpine Blue'.
  • Produced with the renowned expertise of Renault Sport Technologies, the Renault Alpine A110-50 concept car is imbued with the world of motorsport. It benefits from the experience gained from the racing Mégane Trophy by using the same technical platform.

"Developing this concept car was a great adventure. It was a catalyst for creativity. We wanted to make a Berlinette that was of our time, and which boldly embodies Renault's passion for motorsport. We were guided by our hearts and emotions." - Axel Breun, Concept and Show Car Director.

A new interpretation of a timeless design

To mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic Berlinette, Design Yann Jarsalle and Concept and Show Car Director Axel Breun reinterpreted the original design cues to include the new Renault design language introduced by Laurens van den Acker with the DeZir concept car, and which will soon be rolled out in the company's future models. The new front-end look, with the upright, confident diamond, has been adapted for this very low and wide car. The Renault Alpine A110-50 is a car of today; a bold embodiment of Renault's passion for motorsport.