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Renault Mégane at the IAA: Small facelift for the compact

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The current Renault Mégane, which has been rolling off the production line since 2008 in the 3rd generation, was already optically and technically revised, but now Renault sees the time has come to design the front of the new Renault Clio, Captur and the following Twingo ( m more information about the new Small car ).

Renault Mégane Facelift wears free-standing rhombuses

That is why the Renault Mégane has redesigned headlights after its premiere at the IAA, which are far less angular than the current model. Between them, the Renault will have a continuous radiator grille including a cross lamella and the free-standing brand logo. There are also changes to the front apron, which looks wider with larger air inlets. Instead of the L-shaped daytime running lights, straight LED lights will be used in the future. And instead of the arched contouring of the bonnet, the designers opted for 2 side edges from the headlights to the windshield.

The changes mentioned apply to all model variants of the Renault Mégane - five-door, coupé, the estate Mégane Grandtour and the RS model. The first quarter of 2014 is specified for the market launch. More New facelifts that are celebrating their premiere at the IAA are shown here.


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