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Renault Espace 2024: it was seen in test

The new Renault Espace 2024 was seen in testing before its launch which is scheduled for March 28 of this year. Check it out below!

THE Renault will roll out the new Espace refresh on March 28, but it's still testing the SUV, and spy photographers recently snapped a prototype swathed in camouflage.

The next-generation Renault Espace will be important for the French brand, as it will transition from a minivan to a hybrid SUV and sit at the top of Renault's range.

It will be heavily based on the smaller Austral and as such will have some design similarities.

This particular prototype was spied on in Sweden's snowy conditions, and while the camouflage hides some key elements of its design, it cannot hide the overall shape of the SUV.

It seems likely that the new Renault Espace's front fascia will be very similar to the Megane E-Tech and Austral, complete with the same lobster claw LED headlights and a relatively modest grille.

It'll be a similar story at the rear, where Renault has fitted a familiar pair of taillights.

The differences between the new Renault Espace and its predecessor, as well as Renault's current SUVs, are highlighted by its revised dimensions.

The new model will be 4.72 m (185.8 inches) long, meaning it is 21 cm (8.3 inches) longer than the Austral, but around 14 cm (5.5 inches) shorter than the Austral. the Space.

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The added size of the Austral will allow Renault to offer the sixth generation Espace as a three-row, 7-seater version, in addition to the standard two-row, 5-seater version.

It's not just the Espace's exterior design that will look similar to the smaller Austral.

Several key interior components will be carried over, including the OpenR cockpit, which includes a 12-inch infotainment screen, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 9.3-inch head-up display.

Therefore, this update Renault Espace will bring several news!

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Source: Carscoops