2016 Geneva Motor Show will see the debut of the fourth-generation Renault Scenic, a car that – much to the delight of families with lots of kids – created the whole MPV segment twenty tears ago. The new model, as you’d expect, is sleeker, more practical and more efficient than ever.
Technical details of the 2017 Renault Scenic are yet to be revealed, but on the looks alone the new MPV appears to be a winner. It looks like a hatchback that’s taken, one would imagine, a mixture of steroids and viagra. Point is, this Scenic does not look as depressing as you think when you hear the word minivan.
Among the coolest design highlights of Renault Scenic we can mention the three-part windscreen that provides a panoramic view and enhanced visibility, short overhangs and raised ground clearance, all of which contribute to the “solid stance” Renault says the car boasts. The signature C-shaped LED headlights are also present and correct.
But looking cool does not mean the new Renault Scenic is not good anymore at its intended role, which is hauling many people and lots of gear around safely and comfortably. It just takes “a fresh approach to the segment’s traditional cues.”