Renault will unveil at the Geneva motor Show the Laguna GT, a sporty version of the latest generation Laguna, featuring a new Active Drive chassis with four-wheel steering (4WS) and two exclusive high-performance engines in the form of the diesel 2.0 dCi 180hp and the petrol 2.0 turbo 205hp.
Renault Laguna GT is available in saloon and estate forms, both of which occupy the topend of the Laguna range in terms of technology and engines. In addition to delivering best-in-class performance, driveability and acoustics, the very latest evolution of the 2.0 dCi engine yields exceptional peak power of 180hp at 3,750rpm, while peak torque of 400Nm is available from 2,000rpm. Renault Laguna GT is also available with a sports version of the two-litre 16-valve petrol unit (205hp at 5,000rpm; 300Nm from 3,000rpm).
Renault Laguna GT’s stylish looks express an elegance that goes much further than sporting ability alone. The lines of its long, steeply-raked bonnet highlight the purposeful front-end and grille which is redolent of the most powerful Renaults. The car’s forceful character is further underpinned by its lateral air-intakes and headlamps with black masks. Renault Laguna GT sits on specific, generously sized 225/45 18-inch Bridgestone Potenza tyres, the DNA of which can be traced back to Formula 1, while the special Celsium wheels barely conceal 320mm diameter discs at the front and 300mm discs at the rear which provide plenty of braking bite.
Renault Laguna II was the first ever vehicle to achieve a five-star rating in the passive safety assessment tests carried out by the independent body, Euro NCAP. It was a result that took the automobile into a new era and it is today the turn of New Laguna to be awarded the maximum score. With a total of 36 points from a possible 371, the newcomer even outperformed its predecessor to once again highlight Renault’s expertise in the realm of passive safety. In addition to its Euro NCAP credentials, New Laguna delivers reassuring handling thanks to its precise, responsive chassis, while at the same time ensuring a level of braking and technology that puts the model at the top end of its category in real-life motoring conditions.
Renault has chosen the Frankfurt Motor Show to unveil Renault Laguna Coupe Concept, its vision of a top-of-the-range grand tourer Coupe. Intended for the discerning motorist, who understands performance, driving pleasure, and refinement, Laguna Coupe Concept successfully marries high-tech with high cool. Underpinned by the Four-wheel Active Drive chassis, its boasts a brand new V6 dCi powertrain developed as part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
Renault has made official the launch of the Coupe version of the Laguna at the Frankfurt Motor Show. To be unveiled in a concept form, the Laguna Coupe is one of the first version that Renault plans for the sedan that will go on sale next month.
Renault will launch a Coupe version of its Laguna model at the Frankfurt Motor Show. There are no news about the model yet, and Renault says it won’t release any info about it until September, but Car Magazine has put its hands on the the only shot of the car.
Was about time for Renault to do something to expand their product line-up and change the image of the company. The Laguna unveiled few weeks ago was the first step did in this direction. But, not the last one. The company will also add a coupe version of the model in the second half of 2008. The Laguna Coupe will take its design cues from the 2004 Fluence concept and how a Renault source says will be “less conservative” than the latest addition. The coupé will be 4.7m long and will be (...) More
Today Renault official unveiled the Renault Laguna 3 and its elegant, fluid, dynamic exterior styling. The new Laguna received a meticulous attention in choosing high quality materials and high standards that reflect the extensive work that has gone into perceived quality both on the outside as well as in the cabin.
Although the new Renault Laguna 3 will be unveiled on Monday, first official images have been allready released on the internet. As you can see, the new Laguna is a totally new model, and not a restyled version of the old model that is on sale starting 2001. New Laguna reveals some of the elements reflecting the work carried out in terms of perceived quality, with particular attention paid to the quality of materials used and the standard of fit and finish in the cabin. Elegant (...) More
Renault will unveil the new Laguna on June 4, 2007, at 12 noon (Paris time) by way of a press release accompanied by photos of the vehicle. Everything about New Laguna has been designed for genuine driving pleasure, offering outstanding ride quality along with best-in-class active and passive safety features. In tune with the exceptional level of traveling comfort offered, New Laguna’s interior design creates an atmosphere of calm and serenity for all occupants (...) More