Renault Espace at the Shanghai Motor Show is the latest step in Renault’s charm operation to win over customers on the Chinese market, with what is now a full range of crossovers, spanning the whole spectrum of customer expectations.
This year sees a brand new model —New Espace— as official car for the Cannes Film Festival, which runs from 13 to 24 May 2015. Its duties will include taking silver-screen stars, directors and other celebrities up to the famous Festival Palace staircase. To coincide with this major event, Renault is launching a contest on the @Renault_Live Instagram account!
Since early March, there's been a steady stream of journalists and bloggers on the tarmac at Nîmes Airport. The media professionals are coming in to put New Espace through its paces; there's a twenty-strong fleet ready and waiting near a hangar. The location is deliberately original, a nod to the high-tech aviation inspiration that underlies the design of Renault's new crossover. So fasten your seatbelts for take-off into the wonderful motoring world of New Espace.
Both of the big stars unveiled to the public at the Renault stand at the Geneva Motor Show last week were fitted with the R-Link 2 connected multimedia tablet, designed for the ultimate in motoring multimedia convenience with fully customizable individual driver experiences.
The Douai plant is heading for the top end of the market. The objective: to make New Espace a vehicle of flawless build, able to meet the needs of Renault’s top-end customers.
Clio Initiale Paris was unveiled by Renault's head of industrial design, Laurens van den Acker, during a VIP evening at the Paris Motor Show. This is the first Renault to bear the new Initiale Paris signature.
Airbus head designer was invited to take a sneak-peek at the new Renault Espace, he shared his immediate impressions with François Leboine and Stéphane Maiore, Renault designers of New Espace.
With just a couple of hours to go before the motor show opens, we're there at the Renault stand to see how the last-minute preparatives are going.