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The All-New Grand Scenic has been unveiled!

The 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March saw Renault take the wraps off the All-New Scénic, a striking, compact MPV with pioneering proportions and, in an unprecedented move, 20-inch wheels as the standard fitment across the range. It is now the turn of the new Grand Scénic to break cover and extend the Scénic line-up.

The All-New Grand Scénic, a family vehicle par excellence, comes with either five or seven seats and features a fresh approach in term of its design, including:

  • Chrome or Metal Grey accessories, sculpted forms and body sides, and a distinctive belt line towards the rear which combine to produce a fluid, elegant silhouette.
  • For the first time in the segment, 20-inch wheels are standard, while a two-tone livery and harmonious interior trim underline the model’s modern personality.

Cabin modularity and travelling comfort – which are two strengths that have helped to forge the Scénic’s reputation – have been thought through to ensure that the needs of families are met even more closely. A One Touch Folding Seat function allows the rear seats to be folded automatically to obtain a flat floor and facilitate loading. Meanwhile, the new Grand Scénic is 24cm longer than the new Scénic and consequently boasts extra boot space and carrying capacity compared with its sibling: 718dm3 VDA (five-seat version) for an extra 222dm3 VDA compared with the new Scenic.

The new Grand Scénic comes with a comprehensive suite of driver aids too, including Active Emergency Braking (AEBS) with Pedestrian Detection as standard equipment for the first time in the segment. The list continues with technologies from the next segment up, such as Multisense experience, a R-Link 2 multimedia tablet complete with a large 8.7-inch display and a full-colour head-up display. Last but by no means least, the fourth generation of the model can be specified with Renault’s Hybrid Assist electrified diesel engine.

The All-New Scénic and All-New Grand Scénic (five or seven seats) will be available for sale before the end of the year 2016.

The final UK model-line up, version specifications and pricing will be communicated nearer to the on sale date later in 2016.

The lines of the long version of the new Scénic have been carefully honed to offer families a vehicle with a fluid, elegant silhouette:

  • A longer wheelbase and shorter rear overhang compared with the previous generation version.
  • Elegantly sculpted sides plus a distinctive belt line towards the rear.
  • The vertical form of the new Grand Scénic permanently-lit 3D-effect rear lights stands out from the new Scénic’s ‘horizontal’ rear light cluster.
  • A fixed, panoramic glass roof with no cross-member for an even brighter cabin.
  • Fitted as standard from the second equipment level up, the new Grand Scénic’s practical matt-finish aluminium roof bars add refinement and status.
  • A Metal Grey diffuser incorporated in the rear bumper skirt.

The new Grand Scénic – more modern than ever:

  • In a segment first, 20-inch wheels are standard across the range (see below)
  • A two-tone livery is available from the second equipment level up, either as an option or a standard feature of higher-end versions (depending on market). The colour of the door mirror housings and windscreen pillars is coordinated with that of the roof (Black or Grey).
  • The launch colour – Vision Brown – is specific to the new Grand Scénic.

Unprecedented: 20-inch wheels for all versions

Probably the most groundbreaking feature of the new Scénic’s design is the fitment of 20-inch wheels as standard across the range. These narrower wheels (195mm) are both a technological and styling innovation. With a sidewall height of 107mm – equivalent to that of the Scénic 3’s 17-inch tyres – the new Scénic’s tyres ensure a level of ride comfort that is amongst the market’s very best.

This bold design choice was a key guiding principle behind the project from the start. Indeed, these large wheels make an active contribution to the car’s balanced proportions and are customisable on demand thanks to a comprehensive choice of rims and inserts, called ‘add-ons’. These rims and add-ons have also been devised to save weight and streamline the car’s aerodynamics, which leads to lower fuel consumption. The unique size of these wheels (195/55 R20), and the fitment of specifically developed tyres for lower energy consumption and enhanced aerodynamic efficiency, also guarantee class-leading rolling resistance.

Genuine travelling comfort for up to seven occupants

A comfortable, judiciously-designed modular cabin
The new Grand Scénic can be specified with either five or seven seats, with all passengers benefiting from the same careful attention to travelling comfort that has forged the Scénic’s reputation over the years. The occupant-friendly modular cabin features a long list ingenious solutions and equipment designed to meet the needs of modern families.

  • The structure of the front seats is similar to those of the new Espace. Eight-way power adjustment, including lumber adjustment, and heated seats are available for higher-end versions.
  • Independently sliding 60/40-split second row seats for all versions.
  • In the case of the seven-seat version, the design of the folding third row seats is similar to those of the new Espace.
  • The One Touch Folding Seats function available for certain equipment levels enables the rear seats to fold automatically in order to obtain a flat floor and optimised carrying capacity with just one tap on the R-LINK 2 display or by using the control fitted in the boot.