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Refreshed Mégane Coupé-Cabrio revealed. Image by Renault.

Refreshed Mégane Coupé-Cabrio revealed
New-look drop-top Mégane to be unveiled in full at the Brussels Motor Show in January.
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What's the news?

With the Mégane's new front bumper and headlight combination finally finding its way onto the Coupé-Cabriolet, the model's facelifted family is now complete. The latest convertible Mégane will be making its official public debut at the Brussels Motor Show in January, and will bring with it more standard equipment as well as its new front end.

Exterior

Here, the differences are clear. While most of the car remains the same as the outgoing version, the front bumper, grille and headlights have all been changed to give the Mégane CC a much more defined and bold look. The new image brings an abundance of gloss black in both the lights and radiator grille, broken up by chrome detailing. The headlights themselves now clearly show the individual lamps inside, too. The lower grille is outlined by more chrome, and is bookmarked by a new fog light design that now incorporates LED daytime running lights.

Interior

Good news for technology lovers - the Mégane CC now comes with Renault's R-Link multimedia system as standard throughout the model range. The system features a seven-inch display with its functions controlled by a centrally mounted joystick. The R-Link Store is available to boost the car's standard line-up of apps, ranging from weather forecasts to emails.

In addition to the gadgetry, Renault claims that the Mégane CC still features the largest panoramic sunroof in its segment. With this roof retracted, the CC comes with a glass wind deflector that benefits all four passengers up to 55mph. Anything over this and the optional mesh deflector will have to be fitted; meaning that the two rear passengers will have to be removed if the front occupants want to keep their hairstyles in shape.

Mechanicals

While we wait for confirmation of the engines we'll get in the UK, we can speculate by looking at the recently announced specifications for the rest of the Mégane family. In terms of petrol units we're likely to get the 1.6-litre VVT and 1.2-litre TCe units in different states of tune; as well as 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre versions of the company's dCi diesel engines.

Anything else?

The next step is to wait for the impending announcement of prices and specifications for the UK versions of the Mégane CC. Prices are likely to start around the £18,000 mark when the car hits showrooms in March.



James Giddings - 13 Dec 2013


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2014 Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet. Image by Renault.2014 Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet. Image by Renault.2014 Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet. Image by Renault.    








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