The first images with the facelifted version of the Renault Latitude have recently hit the web, showing the model ahead of its official unveil set for later on this week.
After it has been in production since 2010, the Renault Latitude is getting ready to be updated, but the secret has been exposed thanks to some images which are revealing the 2014 model year version. The vehicle in question will receive the regular updated front and rear fascias, with a revised front grille, LED infused headlights, different taillights, additional chrome trim and some new alloy wheels, amongst others, which should be enough to keep it going for a few more years.
Changes applied to the cabin of the 2014 Renault Latitude remain a mystery for the moment but rumors are saying that the standard equipment list will be improved and it’s possible to see some minor update tweaks. As for the engine lineup, this is expected to be carried over, but the 2014 model year version might also receive a new 180 HP (134 kW) 1.6 liter TCe petrol burner. The 2014 Renault Latitude will be officially presented to the public, next month, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
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