Renault Fluence ZE (2013)


Renault Fluence ZE

To distinguish itself from its internal combustion-engined cousin, Renault Fluence ZE features the distinctive and defining hallmarks of Renault's electric vehicles. Fluence ZE is instantly recognisable thanks to a number of blue-tinted details, from the lights and fog light surrounds, to the front and rear Renault logos and the Fluence badge. Fluence ZE also features entirely redesigned rear lights - including a strip of blue-tinted diamond shapes - plus a specific, more open grille design.

Standing at an overall length of 4.75 metres, the electric version of Fluence is 13 cm longer than the internal combustion-engined model. This has enabled the batteries to be located behind the rear seats. The sides have consequently been redesigned to maintain the visual balance of the original version. Employing fluid, crisp lines, the design of Renault Fluence ZE features longer quarter panels which harmonise with the longer rear overhang.

The rear window, now framed by lengthened quarter panels similar to those seen on some coupés, is extended by a smart gloss black strip. The lights also contribute to the overall visual balance of the car by extending onto the sides of the body.

In harmony with this distinctive profile, Renault Fluence ZE stands out through its gloss black mirror housings, body colour bumpers (standard on Dynamique versions) and two charging flaps located on the front wheel arches. The boot lid features a chrome strip with an embossed, blue-tinted Fluence ZE monogram. Finally, the lower part of the rear bumper features a black diffuser to reduce aerodynamic drag. In the same spirit, the wheel design, which is unique to Renault Fluence ZE, has been conceived to reduce aerodynamic turbulence. Seven body colours are available, including Energie Blue, a new shade exclusive to Fluence ZE.

Renault Captur (2014)


Renault Captur

Renault Captur is the new urban crossover from Renault. Its flowing lines highlight its distinctive proportions, while its large wheels, generous ground clearance, wide tracks and steeply raked, forward-set windscreen form a unique blend of MPV, SUV and hatchback, conceived and made reality by Renault. Renault Captur lends itself perfectly to an extensive personalisation programme, too. With its many permutations of two-tone bodywork, wheel colours, light and dark interior trims, upholstery fabrics and graphic motifs, Captur will appeal to a particularly broad spectrum of tastes and desires.

The creative freedom enjoyed by Renault's designers shines through in the features and generous interior space expected of this type of vehicle. Though compact (it is only fractionally longer than New Clio), Renault Captur is particularly roomy. The sliding rear bench seat provides the ideal balance of space for passengers and their luggage, with a maximum carrying capacity of 455dm3 (up to the baggage cover). In the passenger compartment, two ingenious innovations underline Captur's character as a truly user-friendly vehicle: a large drawer-type glove box, which is easy for the driver to reach and holds 11 litres, and the availability of removable seat covers which can be unzipped, machine washed at home and refitted.

Meanwhile, the in-dash Renault R-Link multimedia tablet provides access to a whole new level of connectivity, with an ever-expanding library of dedicated motoring applications.

Renault Duster Oroch Concept (2014)


Renault Duster Oroch Concept

Renault unveiled the Duster Oroch show car in a world premiere at the 2014 Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Designed by the Renault design centre for Latin America (RDAL) in Sao Paulo, the Duster Oroch show car is a styling exercise for a recreational pick-up truck with enough room for five people and the robust stance of a true SUV.

Duster Oroch show car is a styling exercise for a five-seat recreational pick-up truck featuring the robust looks of a true SUV. Pick-ups account for nearly 75% of the light commercial vehicle market in South America, representing just over 920,000 units. Renault has already announced plans to enter the pick-up market with at least two models.

The Duster Oroch is a creation of the Renault design centre for Latin America (RDAL) in Sao Paulo, one of Renault's five design centres worldwide.

The show car's body colour is an exclusive combination of satin-finish white and touches of orange which highlight its sporty personality and the world of kitesurfing, which inspired the vehicle's design. The vehicle's front end features the new brand identity and carries over some of the styling cues explored previously on the D-Cross concept car, which was a reinterpretation of the Renault Duster presented at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in 2012. The large front and rear bumpers convey an impression of strength and power.

"The Renault Duster Oroch show car boasts the energetic, robust stance that appeals to customers. It's the work of our Sao Paulo design centre and packs an emotional punch which is characteristic of design in Latin America," comments Laurens van den Acker, Senior Vice President, Corporate Design for the Renault group. "While it takes its inspiration from the Duster, itself a robust vehicle with an assertive personality, our local design team has delivered a fresh interpretation of the model in the form of this show car."

Renault Eolab Concept (2014)


Renault Eolab Concept

Renault presents EOLAB, a new prototype which explores ways to deliver ultra-low fuel consumption. It boasts NEDC combined cycle consumption of 1 litre/100km, equivalent to 22g of CO2/km. To achieve such low figures, the designers focused their efforts on three main areas: minimising weight, refining aerodynamics and using Z.E. Hybrid technology for all, a brand new initiative which permits zero emissions motoring during everyday use.

As an innovative showcase with an environmental core, EOLAB includes a very high number of technological advances that are destined to be carried over gradually to vehicles available in the showroom. As a consequence, EOLAB underlines the undertaking of Renault already a pioneer in the field of zero-emission mobility thanks to its range of electric vehicles to take even greater steps to produce affordable models that have an increasingly smaller carbon footprint.

Technologies geared to achieving ultra-low fuel consumption for all

For Renault, the purpose of EOLAB is to remain true to the company's DNA by ensuring that ultra-low fuel consumption becomes a reality for as many people as possible. This in turn means making its technologies available at a price that people can afford. EOLAB features materials such as magnesium and aluminium, which are extremely light and also much cheaper than titanium. Meanwhile, the notion of such a car being produced in large numbers within the next 10 years was dialled into the plan from the very start.

Renault Kangoo (2014)


Renault Kangoo

Renault Kangoo's design has come of age. Taut lines and clear forms bestow it with a robust, reassuring look, while the front end incorporates Renault's new design identity, with a bold logo contrasted against a black grille, along with more expressive, more tapered head lights. The leisure activity, van and Z.E. versions of the model are now more clearly differentiated in terms of their style. Meanwhile, to respond more closely still to customer demand, the leisure activity vehicle line-up has been joined by two new versions: Kangoo Extrem, a leisure activity vehicle with adventurer styling, and Kangoo Business, designed for intensive use by fleets.

A new face and modern appointments

New Renault Kangoo is more powerful and more confident in its design, with taut, muscular lines instead of the former rounded wings, while the front end adopts Renault's new styling identity. The Renault logo is more prominent and contrasts with the black grille behind it. The new almond-shaped, eyelid-capped head lights produce a more high-tech, higher quality feel.

The front bumper, bonnet and front wings have been reshaped to provide a more robust and reassuring impression. The large, rounded bumper projects forward of the bonnet for a rugged look, and the slots for the Renault logo helps to lighten the design of the front.

Distinctive cues for the leisure activity, the van and the electric versions

Styling differences between the van, leisure activity and Z.E. versions are much more pronounced than on the outgoing generation.

Renault Koleos (2014)


Renault Koleos

The wraps came off New Renault Koleos at the 2013 International Buenos Aires Motor Show. Acclaimed for the travelling comfort it delivers, as well as its extensive equipment package and all-terrain ability, Renault's SUV now also features the brand's latest styling identity.

New Renault Koleos is attractive and easy to recognise at first glance thanks to its new front end which embodies the brand's new identity.The redesigned two-tone wheels provide the latest evolution of the model with extra character, while the chrome finish of the side protective strips adds a touch of distinguished elegance.A new, refined body colour - Ebony Brown - is now also available.The cabin, too, benefits from a new trim, plus new brown leather upholstery to harmonise with the Ebony Brown exterior finish.

New Renault Koleos is equipped with the new in-dash Renault R-Link multimedia system complete with seven-inch touchscreen display. Renault R-Link permits the selection of one of 26 languages and packs all the expected multimedia functions, from navigation, radio and telephony to Bluetooth® connectivity and audio streaming, as well as connectivity for portable music-playing devices. It also proposes services associated with the vehicle's own systems, plus access to the Renault R-Link Store which has a catalogue of more than 50 applications (depending on country) that can be downloaded directly to the vehicle or using a personal computer.

Another important new feature of the car is the Blind Spot Warning (BSW) function which provides a visual alert whenever a vehicle is detected in the blind spot in order to facilitate safe overtaking.

Renault Kwid Concept (2014)


Renault Kwid Concept

Renault Kwid Concept, a concept car unveiled at the 2014 Delhi Auto Show, highlights both Renault's commitment to new markets, such as India, as well as the company's ability to produce appealing products in the compact car segment. The vehicle's robust, yet fun design, along with its technology-driven features, is targeted at meeting the needs of young customers in these markets.

A robust yet joyful vehicle

The Renault Kwid Concept was designed with inputs from Renault Design India and is covered by the 'Explore' petal of Renault's lifecycle-based design strategy. The vehicle's exciting proportions and dimensions as well as very short overhangs give the impression of a bouncing vehicle, while its oversized wheels protrude past the fenders and make the Kwid Concept look like a buggy car.

The playfulness of the vehicle's exterior design is offset by a robust appearance due to its protective guards and chunky wings, which exude an impression of strength. The vehicle comes with a two-wheel drive transmission, but projects the facade of an off-road car.

The interior of the Renault Kwid Concept is designed to serve as a snug cocoon and is inspired by a bird's nest. The vehicle's seats, suspended over a solid base in white, give an impression of lightness, while their 2-tone elastomer material provides a sense of brightness. The Kwid Concept also features rear air conditioning with controls on the driver seat's back as well as ventilation through concentric perforations. The dashboard is an integrated tablet for commanding the navigation of the Flying Companion.

Renault Megane (2014)


Renault Megane

Renault upgraded the entire Mégane range, which now features the new design identity. The Renault Mégane family has gained an extra dash of vitality that further strengthens its appeal.

Fitted with Renault's latest equipment and technological innovations, the brand's quality flagship remains firmly focused on travelling comfort and driving pleasure.

The Renault Mégane sport range has also been renewed. GT-Line and GT trim models gain a new bumper while Mégane RS is the first to feature the RS Replay function, for sharing more motorsport fun with friends.

Shared styling cues, different weapons of seduction

The Renault Mégane range is taking on the new brand identity, shared by all new Renault cars.

The hatchback, coupé and estate models sport a new bumper, new grilles and a new boot featuring the enlarged Renault logo set against a gloss black background.

New daytime running lights wrapping around the sides of the body give an extra boost of vitality to all Mégane models.

The entire range asserts its personality with an identical front end for the hatchback, estate and coupé, while each one keeps its own distinctive identity.

Mégane Hatch asserts its elegance and modern styling, while Mégane Estate keeps all its practicality, wrapped in a flowing, stylish skin, and Mégane Coupé confirms its appeal by retaining its dynamic style lines.

Renault Megane Coupe (2014)


Renault Megane Coupe

Renault upgraded the entire Mégane range, which now features the new design identity. The Renault Mégane family has gained an extra dash of vitality that further strengthens its appeal.

Fitted with Renault's latest equipment and technological innovations, the brand's quality flagship remains firmly focused on travelling comfort and driving pleasure.

The Renault Mégane sport range has also been renewed. GT-Line and GT trim models gain a new bumper while Mégane RS is the first to feature the RS Replay function, for sharing more motorsport fun with friends.

Shared styling cues, different weapons of seduction

The Renault Mégane range is taking on the new brand identity, shared by all new Renault cars.

The hatchback, coupé and estate models sport a new bumper, new grilles and a new boot featuring the enlarged Renault logo set against a gloss black background.

New daytime running lights wrapping around the sides of the body give an extra boost of vitality to all Mégane models.

The entire range asserts its personality with an identical front end for the hatchback, estate and coupé, while each one keeps its own distinctive identity.

Mégane Hatch asserts its elegance and modern styling, while Mégane Estate keeps all its practicality, wrapped in a flowing, stylish skin, and Mégane Coupé confirms its appeal by retaining its dynamic style lines.

Renault Megane Estate (2014)


Renault Megane Estate

Renault upgraded the entire Mégane range, which now features the new design identity. The Renault Mégane family has gained an extra dash of vitality that further strengthens its appeal.

Fitted with Renault's latest equipment and technological innovations, the brand's quality flagship remains firmly focused on travelling comfort and driving pleasure.

The Renault Mégane sport range has also been renewed. GT-Line and GT trim models gain a new bumper while Mégane RS is the first to feature the RS Replay function, for sharing more motorsport fun with friends.

Shared styling cues, different weapons of seduction

The Renault Mégane range is taking on the new brand identity, shared by all new Renault cars.

The hatchback, coupé and estate models sport a new bumper, new grilles and a new boot featuring the enlarged Renault logo set against a gloss black background.

New daytime running lights wrapping around the sides of the body give an extra boost of vitality to all Mégane models.

The entire range asserts its personality with an identical front end for the hatchback, estate and coupé, while each one keeps its own distinctive identity.

Mégane Hatch asserts its elegance and modern styling, while Mégane Estate keeps all its practicality, wrapped in a flowing, stylish skin, and Mégane Coupé confirms its appeal by retaining its dynamic style lines.