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Laurens van den Acker hopes the New Scenic will make parents “fall in love again” - as they did with the ground-breaking original all the way back in 1996.
New Renault Scenic design
The now-familiar oversized badge gives the car the latest Renault family face, while there’s also a lower roofline, longer wheelbase and shorter rear overhang than on the previous model. The wheels have been pushed right into the corners of the car, too, for a sportier appearance.
This all adds up to a car that’s less MPV and more family-focused SUV-crossover. Renault design boss Laurens van den Acker said: “It is a sexier and more modern take on the MPV, which carries over the outstanding modularity that has been paramount to the success of the model’s three previous generations
New Renault Scenic practicality
The wider body has allowed for a roomier and more flexible seating layout, Boot space is also up on the previous version, boasting 572 litres with the rear seats in place (versus 555 litres in the previous Scenic).
There’s loads of room inside the cabin, and despite removing the three individual rear seats from the old car, there’s enough space to fit three adults across the back.
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