The Renault Megane IV will debut in September under the Frankfurt Motor Show . It will be based on the Nissan Pulsar platform CMF which also uses the new .
E he Frankfurt Motor Show will be the framework chosen by Renault for the presentation fourth generation Megane. The information was confirmed officially by the head designer of the French house Laurens Van Den Acker .
The announcement came on the occasion of the global launch of the new Renault Kwid occurred last week in India, where Van Den Acker indicated that the arrival on the market of the Megane IV means a great challenge for Renault considering that this is a product that will compete against Volkswagen Golf and Peugeot 308 among rivals more weight.
The fourth-generation Megane will be based on modular platform CMF.
The new Megane will be based on the new modular architecture CMF , which in this case is the same platform used by the new Nissan Pulsar, helping to maintain its competitive manufacturing costs, also achieving a lightweight car thanks to the characteristics of that platform.
It is believed that the new Megane will be a very different aesthetic to the current model, taking design cues from the current Clio and Captur. Van Den Acker confirmed to be a product sporty look , which is also equipped with the latest technologies that the French brand has to offer.
The interior could win a big touchscreen 9 inches , in which it would bring together not only the system of information and entertainment, but also many of the basic functions of the vehicle, which will help a drastic reduction in the number of buttons , thus achieving a simpler environment.
On the other hand ensure that the new generation will come with improvements in perceived quality, which means it will have materials and finishes of the highest quality .
To know you have to wait until September, when it will take place on Frankfurt Motor Show .