Second saloon unveiled ahead of Moscow Motor Show
Tuesday 08 June 2010
Renault has released photos of its new Latitude family saloon, ahead of the car's official August debut at the Moscow Motor Show.
The French carmaker said that the high end saloon will boast "elegant, racy styling" along with "generous exterior dimensions" and one of the largest trunks in its class.
The model will be available with a choice of engines and offers a "comfortable, silent ride".
The Latitude will also feature adaptive directional headlights, LED rear lights and options such as triple-zone climate control, a massaging driver's seat and Bose Premium audio.
The new saloon will be sold internationally, and is due to go on sale this autumn in Asia, Africa, Russia, Turkey, Gulf, Australia and Mexico after its debut at the Moscow Motor Show.
The European version of the Latitude will be premiered at the 2010 Paris Motor Show along with full specifications including pricing.
Last week, Volkswagen announced its new Polo saloon, designed specifically for the Russian climate and expected to make its debut at the show.
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