With its sleek, athletic styling, Kadar blurs the frontiers between hatchback, estate car and SUV to put the crossover concept in an entirely new light.
In materials, finish and style, the sports-inspired interior is tasteful and refined. The quality interior goes with a wealth of modern equipment, extending to both connectivity, with the R-Link 2 system, and reassurance, with its advanced driver assistance systems.
Kadjar is available in 4x2 and 4x4 versions, combining outdoor escapade capability with in-town agility thanks to its compact format.
Visitors will also discover two new versions of Kadjar : Kadjar X-Mod and Kadjar Bose
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A major landmark on the Renault stand is New Espace, the latest in a very long line. New Espace was unveiled in October 2014, and is appearing at the Geneva Motor Show prior to sales release in April.
Visitors will enjoy this additional chance for a close look at this generously proportioned crossover, flagship of Renault know-how and quality.
Following in the footsteps of Mégane RS in 2014, Clio RS 220 EDC is getting the Trophy badge to join the select club of high-performance Renault Sport special editions.
The Trophy badge, first sported by Clio RS in 2005, denotes an exclusive style and atmosphere, for cars featuring superior engine and chassis systems.
With a 10% power hike (up to 220 bhp at maximum torque of 6,250 rpm), specially tuned EDC transmission, low-profile, stiffened Trophy chassis and real sportscar looks, Clio RS 220 EDC Trophy addresses customers who demand superlative performance, which includes racetrack capability. If you recognize yourself in that description, Clio RS 220 EDC Trophy will be waiting for in showrooms across Europe from June 2015.
* measured to applicable standards