The new midi-MPV is due in showrooms in 2009, a few months after the Megane hatch. French magazines have already shown spy photos of the hatchback, scooped in a customer clinic, and it points to the new look being prepared for the Scenic.So what's under that bin-bag disguise?
It'll be an evolution of today's look, pepped up with a new nose, fresh surface treatments and less of the 'wiggling bum' look pioneered on the current Megane. The 2008 Megane coupe concept
from the Geneva show gives a pretty good idea of what to expect.
There will again be two versions of Renault's new mid-sized people carrier: a five-seater Scenic and an extended-wheelbase Grand Scenic with seven pews. Expect a new generation of sliding seat origami to offer intelligent stowage solutions for limbs and luggage.
Following hot on the heels of the Renault Megane hatchback at the 2008 Paris motor show will be this MPV version – the new 2009 Scenic. Our spies caught this French-registered prototype testing under a very unflattering plastic bag disguise, thwarting our attempts to see the latest design from Patrick le Quément.