The replacement of the current Renault Laguna is said to make its debut this July, before reaching dealerships across the continent this fall.
Renault is currently working on a replacement for its mid-size model, the Laguna, and according to a recent report, this should be unveiled on the 6th of July. The vehicle will be acting as a replacement for both the Laguna and the Latitude and it will be coming in a sedan and a wagon body styles, while the coupe will be dropped from the lineup due to the slow demand. The new model will be riding on the CMF platform, which has been co-developed with Nissan, and it is expected to be more appealing than the current one.
The D segment car is rumored to be significantly larger than the current Laguna and it should ride on a longer wheelbase, which will translate into a more spacious cabin, a thing appreciated in the Chinese market. The model will get the second generation R-Link infotainment system and the head-up display from the Espace, along with the adaptive dampers, the four-wheel steering system, adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, L-shaped daytime running lights for the full LED headlights, semi-automatic self parking and several other goodies. The mid-size sedan will be produced at the Georges Besse factory, in Douai, France, and it should hit dealerships this fall. More details on it are limited for the moment and will be announced soon.