Renault’s all-new fourth generation Scenic MPV is set for its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but the French carmaker has given its fans an early preview.
A pair of photos shows the new model’s front and side-on styling, with plenty of influence from the new Megane hatch.
Despite appearing at the same motor show five years ago, there’s also plenty of influence from the 2011 Renault R-Space concept (even the colour).
Renault says the brief for the new Scenic was “a completely fresh take” on the compact MPV.
The exterior features a new three-part windscreen design, borrowed from the larger Espace people-mover, along with a raised ride-height over the model it replaces.
The rear overhang is shorter, and the track has been widened at both the front and rear. LED headlights also feature at the front.
The carmaker has chalked up almost five million sales for its Scenic since the model was introduced in 1996.
Renault previous offered the Scenic in Australia, but the MPV hasn’t been seen in Renault dealer yards for over five years.
The 2016 Renault Scenic will be officially unveiled next week. Stay tuned to TMR for more news from the Geneva Motor Show.
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