The new Renault Laguna and Latitude replacement has been caught on camera recently. Looking quite good inspite of the camouflage the new Renault has been spotted testing in Paris, France.
Fans that can’t wait for the unveiling of the car will be quite pleased to know that the new mid-size model will come out on July 6 and will be produced at the Georges Besse plant factory in Douai.
As far as technical details go most likely judging by the shape the car will be a sedan and also it is important to mention that the protoype comes with special taillights expanding on the tailgate.
Basically the new car comes as a fresh start trying to erase the memory of the failures registered by the Laguna and Latirude for the French marque. The vehicle will benefit from not just a new look and special features but also a new moniker. Technically speaking the new Renault will be based on the CMF platform co-developed with Nissan. This will translate into an increase in size.
And last but not least we must tell you the impress arsenal for the new Renault counts full LED headlights, a four-wheel steering system, second-gen R-Link infotainment system and semi-automatic self-parking technology.
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