After the reveal of the new Mégane in 2015 and all-new Mégane Sport Tourer in March 2016, Renault has just unveiled the all-new Mégane Grand Coupé as the latest variant in the ever expanding Mégane family.
The new four-door saloon is part of the renewal of the Renault range. Its dynamic and prestigious styling is reflected in sculpted surfaces, well-balanced proportions, a Renault-family front end, and a distinctive C-shaped front lighting signature. The glass roof linking the windscreen to the rear window lends an elegant and aesthetic two-tone look.
The new Renault Mégane Grand Coupé boasts top-level rear-seat space. The new model’s three-box body also benefits from a capacious boot (508dm3 VDA) with easier access thanks to the hands-free ‘Easy Boot Access’ system. In addition, the new Mégane Grand Coupé benefits from the cost-cutting CMF C/D architecture (Common Module Family) and brings motorists the same driving pleasure and exemplary features as the rest of the Mégane family, including a 7-inch color TFT instrument panel, an 8.7-inch multimedia tablet, R-Link 2, Multi-Sense, Easy Park Assist and an extensive line-up of additional comfort equipment and driving aids such as Advanced Emergency Braking System and Lane Departure Warning.
The new Mégane Grand Coupé meets the expectations of customers looking for a stylish vehicle with refined features. Depending on the country, the engine range comprises of two petrol and three diesel engines: SCe 115, available with a 5-speed manual gearbox or CVT and TCe 130, available with a 7-speed dual-clutch EDC automatic gearbox or a 6-speed manual gearbox, dCi 9 with 6-speed manual gearbox, dCi 110, available with a 6-speed manual gearbox or the EDC 6-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, and dCi 130, available with a 6-speed manual.
Production of the new Renault Megane Grand Coupe is conducted at the Bursa plant in Turkey, and sales roll-out is expected to reach more than 20 countries in due time.