The French based automaker Renault has officially presented the second generation of the Laguna, named the Renault Laguna Coupe Monaco GP special edition, at the 36th edition of the Bologna Motor Show.
According to the car manufacturer, the Renault Laguna Coupe Monaco GP special edition has been based on the same platform as the Black Edition model and it’s coming with a matte gray exterior paintjob while the interior has a two-tone fabric upholstery in black and gray accents. Other highlights include the “Monaco GP” badging, the GT steering wheel and aluminum pedals. Renault says that the Laguna Coupe Monaco GP has a choice of two diesel powertrains, the dCi150 (150 horsepower) and the dCi175 (175 horsepower), where the first one has been priced at 32.200 EUR, including VAT, while the second one costs 34.500 EUR.
Renault says that the 4Control chassis with four-wheel steering costs 2.000 EUR, the Plug & Music terminal has a price of 200 EUR, the European maps for Caminat Tom Tom Live have been priced at 120 EUR, the comfort pack, with hands-free card and power folding mirrors, come at 500 EUR, the heat-reflecting windscreen has a price of 200 EUR, the Bose Sound System radio CD MP3 and Plug & Music terminal costs 800 EUR, the 16 inch temporary spare wheel will get 90 EUR out of your pocket, the black leather upholstery with the embroidered Monaco GP signature comes at 1.500 EUR and the front and rear protective mats cost 90 EUR, VAT included.