The first rendering with the new generation of the Renault Laguna flagship model has surfaced and it is showing us how this may look like once it will be ready for the public.
The French based automaker Renault is currently working on a new generation of the Laguna. The model in question has been already caught on camera by spy photographers and it is now returning in an image which is providing us with a first real look into its body. The photo posted above is nothing more than a simple rendering which has been signed by Theophilus Chin.
The 2016 Renault Laguna, pictured above, has drawn inspiration from newer models in the company’s lineup which include the Captur sub-compact crossover, the Espace minivan and the Kadjar compact crossover and this is the carmaker’s answer to the Volkswagen Passat, to the Ford Mondeo and several other vehicles in the segment. We can notice the new front grille flanked by the headlights, the appealing lines on the hood, the new front bumper, the slightly sloping roofline and several other tweaks.
The current generation of the Renault Laguna, the third one, has been in production since 2007. The model has been introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show and it went on sale a month later. This is offered in a 2-door coupe, a 5-door estate and a 5-door liftback body styles and it is riding on the Renault / Nissan D platform. The engine lineup includes four petrol burners and three diesels, connected to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission.