The tests saw a prototype of the updated Renault Megane Grandtour station wagon

The tests saw a prototype of the updated Renault Megane Grandtour station wagon

December 19, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The French novelty received a modified appearance, both front and rear. The presentation of all representatives of the popular Renault Megane family will be held next year.

Very soon, the official presentation of the popular French car Renault Megane should take place. Specifically, these “spy” photos show us a novelty in the station wagon body; this version of the car is designated Grandtour. The entire updated Megane family will be unveiled over the next year.
None of the updated versions of the model has a radically different appearance. Judging by the camouflage film, which is located around the false radiator grille, its show jumping line now has sharper lines, and there are also small changes in the angles of the headlights. The rear taillights are different, you can also see slightly bumper changes.

 Published photos do not allow us to look at the interior of the updated Megane. But judging by the changes in the exterior, serious changes in the car’s interior should not be expected. Perhaps a new version of the infotainment system will appear, and the list of active safety systems will expand and the quality of the finishing materials may be improved.

 According to our insider friends, Renault will introduce some new or at least updated engines for the Megane line. And yes, over time, the French novelty will be offered with a plug-in hybrid engine.

 Currently, there are rumors that the first representative of the updated Megane family will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2020. It seems to me that this car will become a popular five-door hatchback. Next year we will definitely see an updated version of the high-performance Megane Trophy.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the new Renault Captur for the UK was revealed. Acceptance of orders for the new product starts at the end of December. In the meantime, the French brand has named the prices and specifications of the second-generation Captur for the UK.