The Estate GT is based on the same platform as the Megane hatch but adds vast cargo space with its wagon body. The Estate GT brings Renault’s 4CONTROL all-wheel drive system to the Megane line-up.
“Specifically tailored to the new Megane Estate, 4CONTROL endows the car with precise, dynamic handling on twisty roads and generates genuine driving pleasure,” the company says.
Styling of the Estate GT carries Renault’s signature sporty character with a model specific honeycomb grille at the front and a diffuser moulded into the rear bumper bar.
Other variants of the Megane Estate will be offered along with the GT, all with the same modular interior and choice of seat/boot arrangements. Carrying capability is further bolstered by built-in aluminium roof bars.
More information about the Megane Estate will be available next week when the Geneva Motor Show gets underway. Expect it to reach Australian showrooms in 2017.
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