Renault brought out the Laguna 3 in 2007, and after only three years of production, they are co,ming out with a facelift version for the coupe. The Renault Laguna lift-back and Sports Tourer will both be getting a little work done before they are displayed at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September. The new versions will go on sale across Europe in November.
The facelifted Laguna will be getting a more aggressive front end design, including new headlamps and a restyled bumper featuring a more prominent grille. It will be available in the dCi 180 engine and will contain the 4Control four-wheel steering system.
And following the new Euro5 emissions standards set, the new Renault Laguna will feature Euro 5 engines and lower CO2 on all engines (including the dCi 110 which emits 10 grams of CO2 less than the previous model).
The Laguna will also have technology spread throughout the interior with a Carminat TomTom Live® navigation system and Bose® sound system.
Press release after the jump.
Ahead of its Paris Motor Show unveiling, Renault has released initial details for the New Laguna.
A more assertive front end design on the hatch and Sport Tourer points toward driving pleasure and complete peace of mind. With the highest level of quality, reliability and safety, New Renault Laguna is more attractive than ever. The exclusive 4Control four-wheel steering system will be available in the UK with the dCi 180 engine. Agile and dynamic, New Renault Laguna is also respectful of the environment, with Euro 5 engines and lower CO2 on all engines, including the dCi 110 which emits just 120g/km, 10 grams less than today. Technology abounds with Carminat TomTom Live® navigation system and Bose® sound system.
Pricing and specification will be announced mid-October, before going on sale in the UK in November.