A few days before the Geneva Motor Show 2016, Renault has revealed some pictures of the wagon version of its compact sedan: the Megane Estate GT version. As a bonus, some info on the meteor is released.
The new Megane Estate GT carries the DNA characteristic of Renault Sport, both in its design and driving.
Megane Estate GT: the Renault Sport family
For the Geneva Motor Show 2016, the French firm will unveil the break derived from the Megane launched in January 2016: the Renault Megane GT Estate. The design away from the classic version, with its grille in honeycomb, its distinctive light signature C-shaped front, the rear diffuser and its elongated rear lights (the cantilever back of the Mégane Estate is longer than the sedan). The design of the new Renault combines dynamism and style, enhanced by a chrome alloy around the side windows and a roof line marked by anodized aluminum bars.
The chassis is equipped 4Control four-wheel steering, a first in the segment of compact wagons, which endows the car with a particular dynamic performance on winding roads and provides real driving pleasure. The last brand bolide the diamond is spacious and comfortable; it can accommodate up to five people, with a broad and flexible space inside . Furthermore, the has Mégane Estate GT will have the same dashboard as the GT sedan with blue decorative elements.
Under the hood
The Megane Estate GT should be equipped with three diesel engines and two petrol engines, the same as the sedan. Under the hood, the engine of the diamond aficionado finds the petrol engines the 1.2 TCE 100 and 130 hp, the 1.6-liter DCi diesel block 90 hp to 160 hp. Not to mention the petrol version 1.6 Tce 205 hp coupled to a gearbox 7-speed EDC. All information will be unveiled at his induction at the Geneva show in 2016; the model will go into production this summer for a price of around 30,000 euros.