New generation minivan Renault Espace test in the south of SpainJune 15, 2019
Renault continues to work on the next generation of its minivan. Recently, another test prototype was noticed in Spain – this time the car lost some of its “camouflage”.
The fifth generation Renault Espace appeared on the market at the end of 2014. This model, which absorbed all the best from a minivan and crossover, immediately became popular. However, the need to update Espace still brewing. And Renault engineers took up this responsible and laborious process. Reshaping the model in the company are not going to. Judging by the previous test prototypes that fell into the lenses of photo spies cameras in different parts of the world, it can be assumed that the changes affected only the front and rear of the car. Only these places were hidden by a protective film.
The last time the new Renault Espace was seen in the south of Spain: the cars that participated in the test drive received even less camouflage. For example, you can see the LED optics with a new pattern.
It is also known that with the change of generations, the minivan will receive the actual design in the spirit of the latest models of the brand. I still haven’t managed to look into the car’s interior. According to auto experts, the new Renault Espace will be equipped with modernized multimedia, probably with a “grown up” touchscreen. In addition, the minivan will receive more electronic “helpers” for the driver. But the motor range will not change. Recall, recently Renault supplemented it with a 225-horsepower gasoline turbo engine of 1.85 liters, and the 1.6-liter dCi turbodiesel lost its place to the two-liter dCi with 160 hp capacity. The premiere of the novelty is expected to take place in September 2019 as part of the Frankfurt Motor Show.
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