by Groupe Renault - Event

Renault Talisman revealed at the Beijing Motor Show

Tags: beijing china

Have you ever heard of the "Casual Luxury" concept? Well, it's the Renault philosophy for the Chinese market. The cars imported in the country draw directly from the brand's DNA: distinctive design, innovative technology and assured quality. In order to strenghten this positionning, here comes the new Talisman high-end sedan.

In 2011, Renault has sold 24,275 cars in China. That's 65% up compared to the previous year. Today the brand hold a 3% market share on imported cars. The most successful model is Koleos. The network of 80 dealerships car also rely on Latitude, Fluence, Scénic or Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet. The Beijing Motor Show is the occasion to celebrate these encouraging results and to reveal a new exclusive model named Talisman.

"The launch of Renault's Flagship Talisman underlines the importance Renault attaches to the Chinese market and our confidence in growth here" said Carlos Ghosn. Chinese C-class consumers should appreciate its dynamism with elegance, its delicacy wrapped in grandness.

Talisman will be available in five versions: Luxury, Flagship and Nappa Flagship (with a 2.5l - 190hp - petrol engine) and Executive and Nappa Executive (with a 3.5l - 258hp - petrol engine).

Talisman's lage body size (4,99m x 1,86m x 1,49m) provides class-leading rear room and boot capacity.

Inside, consideration for comfort and ergonomics run's deep through Talisman's every design detail. Driver can enjoy the convinience of a pure white back-lit 3.5 inch TFT LCD dashboard meters. The car can feature a panoramic glass roof. The driver's seat have a massage function. The audio system receives the BOSE signature. Other features include triple-zone air-conditioner, a fragrance diffuser and a plasma air-purifier.

Other models on display at this Beijing Motor Show are: Captur (Laurens van den Acker's 2nd concept car for its Asian debut), the Type K (1902), Koleos, Laguna Coupé, Fluence, Latitude, Fluence and Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet. And last but not least, a Lotus Formula 1...

Tags: beijing china