Renault is all set to debut the fourth generation of the Megane at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. About the new design of the car, exterior designer Franck Le Gall says,"It was vital that the new Mgane should stand out right from the first glance." And stand out it does, thanks to the distinctive C-shaped headlamps that are a signature of the car. Even at the rear, the lamps extend from end to end, interrupted only by the Renault logo in the centre. And the bling has been carried over to the beltline, grille, side badges, door handles with oodles of chrome. And there is also a range-topping GT version - built by Renault's performance division, RenaultSport. Scroll down to knowmore about this distant relative of the Talisman (also to be showcased at the Frankfurt Motor Show).
Note distinctive C-shaped headlamps with surrounds integrated into the bumper
The wheelbase in the new Megane has been increased by 28mmandit sits 25mm lower at the front
The tail lamps extend from end to end in the 2015 Megane and are visible in the daytime too
The GT version gets the honey-comb grille and broader air intakes at the front
RenaultSport have added chrome tail pipes and a Formula One-inspired rear spoiler to the Megane GT. It also runs 18-inch alumium wheels
And of course, if the tail pipe, spoiler and air intakes aren't enough, the RenaultSport badging at the rear conveys you're following the GT version of the Renault Megane
The Megane GT will be offered in Iron Blue paintwork with Dark Metal touches
Details on the engine specifications will be revealed at the motor show. Currently, the engine options for the Megane includea1.2-litre turbopetrol which alsocomes in the 130PS garb, 1.5-litre and 1.6-litre dCi engines anda 223PS making 2-litre turbopetrol.