Renault is testing an updated version of the Megane UniversalJuly 17, 2019
The French novelty has received new headlights and taillights. The presentation of the car is expected in September of this year.
Recently, Renault has been busy turning the Megane into the fastest front-wheel drive car of all who have tried their hand at the Nürburgring race track. This is a hardcore version of the machine called the RS Trophy-R. But work was also being done to prepare for an early presentation of a more relaxed, rather family version of the Megane model.
An update in the middle of the life cycle for this compact car in the station wagon was noticed by foreign journalists on high-altitude testing. The photos came to our office a couple of minutes ago.
Renault Megane Sport Tourer, as advertised in many European countries, is disguised from the front and rear, and this is exactly the place where you can expect changes to appear.
Despite the camouflage, it seems that the company with the diamond logo “refreshed” as well the station wagon headlights, while retaining the usual shape of the letter C, since the LED daytime running lights continue to extend to the bumper.
In the back of the car, camouflage masks the horizontal LED strip on the tailgate, but look closer and you will notice that it is still there. Modified graphics for the rear lights will make the updated Megane look more stylish. We also expect that both bumpers will also receive some changes, not serious ones, but still.
Renault introduced the fourth-generation Megane back in September 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, so maybe an updated version of the model will debut at the same event in a couple of months. If not, then the Geneva Motor Show in March 2020 also looks like a very likely venue for the show.
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