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Renault Brings Production Espace People-Mover to Paris

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 10/3/2014 Megan Stewart

Last year, Renault showed off the Espace crossover concept to strong consumer feedback, and now for the 2014 Paris Motor Show, the automaker takes the wraps off the production-ready model.

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Based heavily on the concept, the Espace debuted to the Paris audience, featuring an interior that builds on past models. With a comfortable, brightly lit interior, floating center console, along with five- and seven-passenger seating options, the new Renault Espace is shaping up to be a family car hit in its home market.

© Provided by MotorTrend With looks that combine those of a minivan and a crossover, the new Espace offers the best of both worlds. "The new Renault Espace is a crossover that is generous, not only in its proportions, but also in its technological content and equipment. . . It is an invitation to the driver and passengers alike to sit back and enjoy every moment of every journey they make," said Laurens van den Aker, Senior Vice President, Renault Corporate Design at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.

© Provided by MotorTrend The new Renault Espace comes loaded with the latest driver assist features, Renault's Multi-Sense system, and 4Control to set it apart from the competition. But that isn't all this new model has to offer. With an exterior design filled with strong lines and an interior that has been designed with the driver and passengers in mind, there's much to appreciate about the new Espace.

While we won't be seeing this model on our shores, we can appreciate it for what it is and hope that aspects of it will be seen in future Nissan models, thanks to the Nissan-Renault partnership.

Source: Renault

Renault Espace At 2014 Paris Motor Show Front Three Quarter View 1© Provided by MotorTrend Renault Espace At 2014 Paris Motor Show Front Three Quarter View 1
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