Renault’s fourth-generation Megane has been caught on video by an eagle-eyed fan while undergoing testing in Spain.
A five-door Megane hatch is seen making several passes of the cinematographer’s location, but wears the same camouflage from when it was spied testing earlier this year.
Spanish website ‘Motor’ has posted the video, and claims this isn’t the first time the new Megane has been seen testing in this part of the country.
Renault has confirmed the new model will make its official global debut at September’s Frankfurt Motor Show, replacing the third-generation Megane which arrived in 2008.
The company’s now familiar wing-like grille will again feature up front, flowing back into a long A-pillar, tapered roofline and a more organic profile design.
Design chief Laurens van den Acker earlier this year promised ‘sexy, sensual, attractive and sporty’ styling for the new Megane.
Watch for more to be revealed on the 2016 Renault Megane in the run up to Frankfurt.
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