Renault is proud to announce the launch of its All-New Mégane. This model is stocked with many technological features typically found in high-end cars in addition to its high quality and dynamic look.
Because of the CMF modular architecture drawn from the Talisman and Espace, Renault is also able to offer features that were previously available only on more expensive cars. The comprehensive collection of technologies that make this car unique includes, among others, the Multi-Sense technology and 4Control, 8.7-inch portrait-style screen, head-up display, and TFT instrument display.
The color head-up display is retractable, a safety-enhancing feature since it lowers the time needed by the driver in looking away from the road in order to obtain necessary information like navigation instructions, driving aids, and speed.
A built-in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) can be controlled with the use of the R-Link 2 tablet. Other high-tech and important features are automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane departure, and safe distance warnings.
It even has a speed limit warning that is linked to a traffic sign recognition system. Also available is the system that allows for automatic switching between the dipped and main headlight beams.
There is also hands-free parking and reversing camera plus side and rear parking aids. For those who prefer high-end models, there’s an R-Link 2 that has a portrait 8.7-inch display that can change to landscape 7-inch display, and much like a tablet or smartphone, the display screen has the ‘pinch & zoom’ technology.
The reception of the Mégane during its launch in the recently held 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show more than solidified it as the star attraction of the Renault stand. It is currently available in petrol engine and diesel engine versions but Renault plans to add the ‘Hybrid Assist’ diesel in 2017.
The Mégane will be made available after the launching as a GT that has been created in connection with Renaultsport. Renault discloses that the Mégane will start sales in the Europe market early next year with deliveries from the UK expected by summer.