Renault Megane Estate (2017)

Renault Megane Estate

The 2016 Geneva Motor Show seen Renault present the new Renault Megane Sport Tourer and the new Megane Sport Tourer GT, just two months after the launch of the model's hatchback, GT and GT Line versions.

The dynamic, elegant new Renault Megane Sport Tourer combines an intuitive, modular interior, including a choice of boot arrangements, with the segment's longest maximum load length. The new Megane Sport Tourer GT features a large carrying capacity, 4CONTROL technology with four-wheel steering and Renault Sport signature styling.

A dynamic, elegant design

The design of the new Renault Megane Sport Tourer blends dynamism with elegance. The lowest vehicle in its class, it also has the widest track to increase its feeling of solidity on the road.

The car projects a feeling of the very highest quality, notably in terms of fit and finish as well as the chrome trim that runs from the car's waistline up to the rear quarter panel on all models. Integrated, matt-finish anodised aluminium roof bars will be standard from the second equipment level upwards.

The new Renault Megane Sport Tourer features a distinctive lighting signature. At the front, C-shaped headlights can be equipped (according to equipment level) with LED PURE VISION technology. At the rear, Edge Light technology creates an elegant 3D effect.

A carefully designed, ergonomic cabin

The new Renault Megane Sport Tourer has a fresh cabin ambiance, tailored to the driver. Compared with the previous model, the driving position has been improved ergonomically. All the high-tech features (colour head-up display, dashboard with colour-adjustable seven-inch TFT data screen, R-Link 2 8.7-inch portrait-format multimedia tablet) are designed to facilitate everyday use. Controls are positioned in an L configuration, within easy reach of the driver.

Renault Scenic (2017)

Renault Scenic

The new Renault Scenic is a modern, assertive MPV that will be bought not only for the driving enjoyment it delivers, but also for the comfort the whole family will be able to enjoy whilst travelling.

The design and appeal of the new Renault Scenic breaks away from conventional MPV cues thanks to the new model's unprecedented proportions, the fitment of 20-inch wheels across the range and a head-turning two-tone colour scheme that is unprecedented in the segment.

True to its DNA, the new Scenic meets the needs of families. It takes the modularity that forged the success of the model's earlier generations to a new level to make everyday motoring even easier, including a One Touch Folding system for the rear seats.

Meanwhile, in addition to a comprehensive list of other driving aids, the new Scenic is the only compact MPV to feature AEBS (Active Emergency Braking System) with Pedestrian Detection as standard equipment.

The new Renault Scenic also packs features more usually associated with the next segment up, such as MULTI-SENSE technology, R-LINK 2 complete with an 8.7-inch screen and a colour head-up display. The fourth generation of the model will also be available with an electrified Hybrid Assist diesel powertrain.

Surprising proportions and large-diameter wheels

"We wanted the new Scenic to break new ground. It is a sexier and more modern take on the MPV which carries over the outstanding modularity that has been paramount to the success of the model's three previous generations over the past 20 years. Its proportions and large-diameter wheels draw inspiration from the R-Space concept car." Laurens van den Acker- Senior Vice President, Corporate Design