Frankfurt Motor Show in September, Renault has released the first picture and details of the revised Megane Coupe-Cabriolet.
Set to be shown in public for the first time at the Brussels Motor
Show next month, the new convertible Megane features the same tweaked
front-end styling as the rest of the Megane range. This incorporates new
swept-back headlights, a larger Renault diamond logo and a new front
Inside, the Coupe-Cabriolet gets Renault’s R-Link infotainment system
as standard. This includes a chrome-rimmed seven-inch display which
works in conjunction with a centre console-mounted joystick.
R-Link includes support for a number of apps, including one for e-mail and weather forecasts, and can be downloaded from the Renault R-Link store.
As before, the Coupe-Cabriolet is fitted with a folding hard-top roof
that includes a large panoramic glass panel. A glass wind deflector is
included as standard, which Renault claims “minimises turbulence to
provide maximum comfort for four passengers when travelling at speeds of
up to 55mph.”
As an option, you can spec a further removable mesh deflector screen
which clips in above the rear seats that further reduces buffeting at
UK price and specifications will be announced shortly, and sales are due to begin in March. For more details click here.
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