Renault has unveiled the latest lifestyle vehicle to join its product stable.
The Grand Scenic is a fresh take on an otherwise run-of-the-mill MPV segment with dynamic lines, bold 20-inch rims – that come standard across the line-up – and an optional two-tone color scheme.
In length, it measures 24cm longer than the standard Scenic model as it can be had in either a five-seat or seven-seater configuration.
The smaller Scenic made its first appearance at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.
The French carmaker has also revealed details on the possible powertrain line-up which will power the MPV. Four diesel engines will feature in the line-up with the possibility of the diesel-fed Hybrid Assist option which will make its debut on the Scenic. The Hybrid Assist uses an energy recovery system that recovers the otherwise lost kinetic energy during braking.
Two petrol engines will also join the line-up.
A glance at the possible engine line-up:
dCi 110 6-Speed manual (diesel)
dCi 110 Hybrid Assist 6-speed manual (diesel)
dCi 110 7-Speed EDC Automatic (diesel)
dCi 130 6-Speed manual (diesel)
dCi 160 6-Speed EDC Automatic (diesel)
TCe 115 6-Speed manual (petrol)
TCe 130 6-Speed manual (petrol)