2007 Frankfurt Motor Show - Renault Unveils 4 New Cars - Video Enhanced

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Renault Laguna Coupe Concept

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Frankfurt September 10, 2007; Renault unveiled four cars - Laguna Coupé, New Kangoo, Kangoo Compact Concept and Clio Sport Tourer - at a press event on September 10 in Frankfurt ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show (September 13-23).

Laguna Coupé Concept is a grand tourer coupé that features a four-wheel Active Drive chassis and a new V6 dCi powertrain developed as part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance.

New Kangoo is 180mm longer than its predecessor launched in 1997 and will be available with 1.5 dCi engines emitting less than 140g of C02 per kilometer, in line with Renault’s eco2 commitment.

Kangoo Compact Concept, developed in partnership with Rollerblade, is equipped with a removable rear-section roof and features a two-tone color scheme Fireball Orange and Brushed Aluminium.

Clio Sport Tourer is the estate-car version of the Clio III and is designed to help Renault strengthen its position in Segment B.

Sandero, the new Renault model targeted to the South Americ an market, as well as Koleos Concept and Dacia Logan MCV were shown.

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