2015 Renault Espace Initiale Paris promises high-end travelling comfort

Article by Christian A., on October 7, 2014

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.

The interior design is completed with the ‘Initiale Paris’ badges found on the steering wheel insert, top of the front seat backs, door sills and decorative trim at the back of the front headrests. Other highlights include the Bose premium sound system with Bose Surround Sound and the Visio System Pack that includes front-facing camera, lane departure warning, automatic lights, road sign recognition and over speed warning.

The Advance Safety Pack includes safety distance warning and emergency brake assist. Under the hood, the Espace Initiale Paris will get an Energy TCe 200 EDC petrol engine or an Energy dCi 160 EDC diesel engine.

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