Renault has unveiled the Megane Coupe Monaco GP, and the car will be launched this March. To be available in 14 countries, the new Megane Coupe has slimmed headlights and large air intakes up front. The car gets limited edition pearlescent white paint and Etoile black on side mirrors, rear diffuser and fog-lamp surrounds. The headlight masks are featured black and there’s also a “Monaco GP” badge on the sides and 17 inch Celsium gloss black alloys
Today was the day of the concepts with the new Seat Bocanegra and SAAB’s 9-X BioHybrid, but there’s room for one more. The new Renault Megane Coupe Concept is damn beautiful and as expected it has a very futuristic interior.
But I’ll start with some tech specs because this baby is powered by a 2.0L turbocharged petrol engine that develops 200hp and delivers 280 Nm at 2,600 rpm. It has a manual 6-speed transmission and does 0 to 100 km/h in 7.2 seconds which is not bad at all. CO2 emissions are pretty low at only 154 g/km while the mixed fuel consumption is 6.5L/100km.
On the outside the new Megan Coupe Concept shows off with distinctive (sporty) looks, has an “unprecedented door opening kinematics” that makes car access easier. “The juxtaposition of headlamp modules with aluminum-finish air-intakes also conveys an impression of fluidity and movement” (they say in the press release).
Oh and I mentioned the futuristic interior right? Well it has a central multimedia control coupled with a display that is divided into three zones : navigation in the middle and cameras in the other two.
Here’s a video of the new Renault Megane Coupe Concept.