Global debut for the new MEGANE Estate – in the form of the MEGANE Estate GT – at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show
The new MEGANE Estate GT bears Renault Sport’s hallmark DNA, both in its design and in the driving feeling it delivers thanks to its 4CONTROL system – a world first in the C-segment estate market.
Spacious and comfortable to accommodate five people, plus a modular interior and vast carrying space
The 2016 Geneva International Motor Show will see Renault reveal its new MEGANE Estate in the form of the range’s Estate GT version. Based on the new MEGANE, this all-new estate is both elegant and sporty. It boasts an intuitive, modular interior with a choice of boot arrangements, as well as the segment’s longest maximum load length..
The design of the new MEGANE Estate blends dynamism and style, enhanced by a chrome trim around the side windows and C-pillar. The roof line is enhanced by matte-finish anodised aluminium roof bars (Dark Metal Color on GT version). The car’s low stance and wide track increase the feeling of solidity on the road. The new MEGANE Estate features a distinctive C-shaped lighting signature at the front.
The new MEGANE Estate GT bears Renault Sport DNA: the front bumper underlines the model’s sporting credentials, while the honeycomb mesh of the radiator grilles is specific to the car and the wide lower air inlet is flanked by two air-scoops. At the rear, the new MEGANE ESTATE GT is fitted with a chromed exhaust tail pipe and a sculpted diffuser to reinforce its dynamic look.
Meanwhile, the new MEGANE Estate GT is the first C-segment estate to benefit from 4CONTROL technology. Specifically tailored to the new MEGANE Estate, 4CONTROL endows the car with precise, dynamic handling on twisty roads and generates genuine driving pleasure. Thanks to 4CONTROL, the new MEGANE Estate GT is exceptionally agile in built-up areas.
For further information about the new MEGANE Estate – and to take a closer look – make your way to Hall 4 at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show from Tuesday, March 1.