The latest Mk5 Renault Clio has been made official at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and comes with a new design and features. There will be a number of different models including a hybrid version with a new E-Tech hybrid engine developed by Renault. At the moment, there are no indications whether the new Renault Clio will be available in South Africa but let’s keep our fingers crossed.
Considering the resounding success of the previous Renault Clio stock, the air is filled with anticipation ahead of the fifth-generation Clio. It will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show starting on March 7th. The latest edition Renault Clio is reportedly a sleeker, more dynamic and connected version than ever before.
South Africans can celebrate in style with the newest elegant and sophisticated Renault Koleos SUV. It’s known to markets locally and abroad for the exceptional traveling comfort as well as an extensive range of equipment and all-terrain ability. In addition, the latest phase prominently features a refined and sophisticated front grille featuring Renault’s latest styling identity.
Earlier this year, at the 2018 Moscow Motor Show, a new addition to the Renault family emerged, known as the Arkana. The French automaker has been in business for more than 115 years and it was only a matter of time before they put their skills to the test producing a coupé-SUV type vehicle. It is underpinned by Renault’s B0 platform already in use with vehicles such as the Renault Captur and Duster.
Judging from global sales reaching two million and 15 000 in South Africa, the Renault Duster has certainly made an impact since its inception seven years ago. The second generation Duster looks even more impressive and is comprehensively one of the toughest and most affordable SUVs in its class.
Looking at the budget segment in motoring, very few cars can compete with the Renault Kwid. Now, the French automaker has expanded their range offering a new automated manual transmission (AMT) variant but how does it compare to the old one and what is it like to drive?
The idea of autonomous cars is not a new one, and it is no longer a concept that belongs in sci-fi movies or far off visions of our future. In fact, we are getting closer and closer to having a range of autonomous cars to choose from on showroom floors. With more and more countries looking to phase out fuel driven vehicles in the next couple of decades, the race is on to create a vehicle that has little or no negative impact on the environment when being driven, as well as a car that has what, up to now, was always thought of as the technology of the future – that is autonomous technology.
The Renault Talisman has made its eagerly anticipated public debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, and the good news is that it brought the house down. This stylish saloon is the direct replacement for the now discontinued Renault Laguna and will be launched sometime during 2016. With a more upmarket and sleeker design than many of its rivals, this amazing new Renault vehicle has been designed and built from the ground up to take on rivals such as the VW Passat and Mazda 6. In fact, it is even believed that the new front-end could be the new look for future Renault designs. This vehicle front-end design change has not been confirmed however, so we’ll just have to wait and hear what Renault South Africa has to say about this at the Talisman launch next year.