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2018 Renault Koleos Initiale Paris is now available in the UK

Around a year ago, Renault expanded the Koleos family, starting with the range-topping Initiale Paris. It first made its debut in 2016 during the Paris Motor Show. And today, customers in the UK can now get their hands on them.

The Initiale Paris is offered with a starting price of £36,700 ($49,552) OTR. Deliveries for the said model will begin this spring. Dressed in an exclusive body colour, Amethyst, the SUV also gets a new exterior badging, 19” two tone alloys, and full LED headlights.

As you enter the cabin of the Renault Koleos Initiale Paris, you will no doubt appreciate its heated and ventilated front seats, two-tone Nappa leather interior, heated and cooled front cup holders, ambient lighting, dual-zone climate control, R-Link2 infotainment system with an 8.7” display, 13-speaker Bose sound system, Android Auto and Apple Carplay compatibility, Tom-Tom built in satellite navigation, and an automatic tailgate with key card or sensor for hands-free opening.

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Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic receive Initiale Paris treatment

When French carmaker Renault gave the Initiale Paris treatment to the Clio, Espace, Captur, and Koleos, these models never looked so great – making customers wanting more of these vehicles. Now, Renault is applying the same treatment to the Scenic and its bigger sibling, the Grand Scenic. Thus, customers could now avail from the Renault the new Scenic Initiale Paris and the Grand Scenic Initiale Paris.

This means that the Renault Scenic and the Renault Grand Scenic – in their Initiale Paris versions – will now be wrapped in the exclusive dark prune-hued metallic Amethyst Black finish and the star-pattern grille. Likewise, both the new Scenic Initiale Paris and the Grand Scenic Initiale Paris feature LED fog lamps with cornering function and ride on specific 20-inch wheels. Of course, this exclusive edition of the Scenic and the Grand Scenic will don the 'Initiale Paris' branding just below the diamond logo.

As soon as occupants open the door of either the Scenic Initiale Paris or the Grand Scenic Initiale Paris, they will be greeted by the 'Initiale Paris' sill guards. They will be welcomed by an interior that is wrapped in black or grey-patterned full-grain Nappa leather upholstery with embossed 'Initiale Paris' letterings. This full-grain Nappa leather is the same material that wraps the electrically-adjustable seats with heating and massage functions. This high-end material also wrapped the steering wheel and the gearshift lever of either the Scenic Initiale Paris or the Grand Scenic Initiale Paris. The center console and around the infotainment system will feature a specific color finish.

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2015 Renault Clio Initiale Paris gets a starting price of 21,500 euros

Renault has set the starting price for luxury version of its Clio subcompact hatchback – the Clio Initiale Paris – at EUR21,500 in France, which is a EUR3,350 premium over the standard model. Stefan Mueller, chief executive of Renault Europe, told Automotive News Europe that the Clio Initiale Paris would cater urban drivers who want a city car having luxury design and interior features.

He noted that there is a growing market for those preferring small cars with luxury trimmings and personalized and elegant exterior. The Clio is the first Renault model to use the Initiale Paris trimline, which will also be seen on other models in the future. The Clio Initiale Paris TCe 90 features a starting price EUR21,500, compared to the EUR18,150 for the standard version.

On the other hand, the Clio Initiale Paris dCi 90 EDC will be tagged at EUR25,200. The new version of the Clio features an exterior bearing the Initiale Paris-badge lettering, as well as Xenon headlights and a rear bumper skirt.

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2015 Renault Clio Initiale Paris arrives with distinctive looks, more features

Renault launched at the 2014 Paris Motor Show the Initiale Paris equipment level, beginning with the Clio. What’s so special about this Clio? Well, according to the manufacturer, the Clio Initiale Paris is available with new Ivoire non-metallic finish and an exclusive Givre Grey metallic finish, a new front bumper incorporating fog lights as well as a rear bumper with chromed exhaust tailpipes, LED daytime running lights with light guides, forming a distinctive ‘C’-shaped lightning signature and 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels as well as Initiale Paris badges on the front, rear and sides.

Same theme is continued inside where the vehicle features sports seats for the front passengers, full-grain Nappa leather upholstery with graded effect, visible stitching and woven Initiale Paris badging at the top of the seat backs and a steering wheel wrapped in Nappa leather with Initiale Paris badging.

Moreover, the interior includes a dashboard as well as front and rear doors trimmed in imitation leather, a specific zamac gear leaver knob for the manual gearbox only, Woven Initiale Paris badging on upper backrests and body-coloured air vents and interior door trim strips with satin-effect chrome finish inserts.

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Earlier today, we revealed you the Clio Initiale Paris, but now it is time to take a closer look at the 2015 Renault Espace Initiale Paris. Just like the Clio Initiale Paris, the Espace Initiale Paris comes with high-end traveling comfort thanks to the lavish equipment level and impeccable finish. According to the official press release, the exterior design features include a new exclusive metallic Amethyste Black paint finish, exclusive 19-inch wheels and ‘Initiale Paris’ lettering beneath the Renault logo.

The interior is offered in two trim levels: a graded Lune Grey/Dark Brown or a Dark Brown finish. Renault will offer full-grain Nappa leather upholstery available in Dark Brown or with a colour gradient from Lune Grey to Brown, heated and massaging front seats with 10-way adjustment, ‘Relax’ headrests for the first and second row seats, heated second row seats (optional) and a steering wheel wrapped in Nappa leather.

Moreover, Nappa leather will be found on the door inserts and arm rests, while the dashboard features visible stitching. Extra-tinted and laminated side windows are offered for improved acoustic comfort and incorporate sun blinds.

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Renault has presented the Initiale Paris concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Its design gives us a preview of the next-generation Espace’s design. However, it won’t be offered in the UK because of the poor sales of large MPVs in this market. The concept is believed to be very similar to the final Espace production design.

The concept’s roofline is lower. Its dimensions are slimmer and its ride height is slightly raised. The goal of Renault is to be more competitive against SUVs, which have taken some of the market share away from the large MPVs.

In an Autocar interview, Renault design chief Laurens van den Acker said that the silhouette has been redesigned to offer a “more premium expression” and to raise the status of the range-topping model’s design. Renault designed the outgoing Espace to be spacious and have a light interior with a lot of headroom and a big glasshouse.

Read the entire article 2013 Frankfurt: Renault Initiale Paris Concept previews the next Espace [Live Photos]

Renault teased its new concept car by showing the headlight but it appears that someone wanted to show us even more ahead of the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). Called the Renault Initiale Paris Concept, the new vehicle previews the next-generation Espace, which remained unchanged since 2003.

According to the official press release, the new Initiale Paris Concept is company’s vision of premium motoring. Regarding the design, it is quite spectacular and the new Initiale paris continues Renault design chief Laures van den Acker’s ‘Circle of Life’ series.

For those who don’t know, the series began back in 2010 with the Renault DeZir Concept and continued with the Twin’Run and R-Space. We don’t have more details regarding the new Initiale Paris Concept but we will offer you more on Tuesday as we will be in Frankfurt at the official press conference.

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Renault has scrapped a project to build a luxury car based on the Mercedes E-class platform. Renault had wanted to sell this car for its new 'Initiale Paris' luxury sub-brand and with a starting price of £40,000. Last week, Renault CEO Carlos Tavares said that Renault had not yet come up with a business model with a tie-up with Mercedes that is likely to succeed.

However, he said that Renault will continue to pursue partnering with Mercedes for luxury vehicles. When Tavares was interviewed by Autocar at the recently held Geneva motor show, he said that it will take the initial steps to launching the Initiale Paris luxury brand next year, even if an E-class-based car wasn’t anymore being developed as its ‘halo’ model.

Initiale Paris will take inspiration from how much of an expert the French are on luxury goods. Initially, it will be launched as a trim level for current models. The first to arrive will be the Clio in 2014. This will be followed by the Espace. After a series of new models get launched and if they’re successful, this will lead to the creation of a sub-brand.

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Renault’s exterior design chief Anthony Lo said that the success of its luxury Initiale Paris sub-brand relies on being able to give a clearly engineered message that it is an alternative to German premium makers. The senior Renault designer said that the company is presently in the digital development phase of these models under the Initiale Paris sub-brand at the Renault design studios.

Renault chief Carlos Tavares has been very vocal about this goal to make this sub-brand successful. Lo said that they’re considering numerous concepts and that its focus is to “create what our message will be for this brand in 20 years time.” He explained that its cars have to be created to follow this message and not the other way around; otherwise he thinks that it won’t be “believable.”

Lo said that the French luxury goods are admired in booming markets like China but when it comes to luxury cars, the buyers will select a German one over a French one. This is why he thinks that it may be advisable for Renault to work together with a luxury French fashion brand to make a car.

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Renault is thinking about launching a new premium brand, which is named ‘Initiale Paris’. If this plan proceeds, the automaker will then have to build its business through four marques, using Dacia as a value brand. French newspaper Les Echos said that Renault as the mainstream brand and Initiale Paris and Alpine as niche premium and sporting brands.

This move may lead to the creation of Citroën’s successful DS sub-brand and would give Renault an opportunity to ride on the success of French premium luxury goods in the big Chinese market. Chief operating officer Carlos Tavares said that a decision on the new plan will be made towards the end of the year. Renault first used the ‘Initiale’ name by Renault for a 1995 luxury concept car.

This paved the way to Renault’s ill-fated attempt to launch itself upmarket at the turn of the century, a move that began with the Avantime and the unsuccessful Vel Satis. Early this year Tavares was quoted as saying that Renault’s premium car would be based on a Mercedes E-class platform and will have a Renault-designed body and interior.

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