Renault has today revealed the New Mégane, the fourth car with that name, featuring a dynamic styling and distinctive lighting signature both at the front and at the rear.
As a relative of Renault Talisman, New Mégane boasts a specific lighting signature at the front with, C-shaped headlamps whose surround continues into the bumper. At the rear, the new lighting signature, visible by both day and night, goes right across the car to increase the perceived width of the vehicle.
"On the highly competitive market of compact saloons, it was vital that New Mégane should stand out right from the first glance," commented exterior designer Franck Le Gall.
Chromed elements emphasise the top of the belt line and enhance the grille, the side badges and door handles. The slim creases on the bonnet, combined with the chrome beading and side air scoops, strengthen the character of the front face.
The latest Mégane range is topped by a GT version, which will be available from launch, and whose design is inspired by the genes of Renault Sport. New Mégane GT has a front bumper redesigned to express a more sporty personality. It incorporates a broader air intake and the new grill has a honeycomb design.
This sports version will be available with new "Iron Blue" paintwork, combined with "Dark Metal" touches at the front and on the body-coloured door mirrors to emphasise its affinity with the world of GT motoring.