2017 Renault Grand Scenic front three quarters rendering

2017 Renault Grand Scenic near-production rendering

September 29, 2015

The current Renault Grand Scenic arrived in 2009 and is set to receive a major redesign most likely next year. Speculative renderings by Julien Jodry from Auto Moto gives a near-production preview of the next-gen Renault Grand Scenic.

The next-gen Grand Scenic would feature the new familiar look seen on the Talisman, Talisman Estate as well as the fourth generation Megane. The rendering artist also previews a GT variant, in case Renault decides to bring one.

2017 Renault Grand Scenic GT rendering

The 2017 Renault Grand Scenic will continue being a 7-seat MPV, likely followed by the original 5-seat version that will be the next-gen Renault Scenic. Both would be more or less the same in terms of design and styling, except for the different length, and be based on a version of the of the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF (Common Module Family) platform – CMF-C/d, which also underpins the Kadjar crossover and the Talisman as well as the Talisman Estate.

2017 Renault Grand Scenic speculative rendering

The 2017 Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic and would be offered with a wide range of TCe petrol and dCi diesel engine options. Transmission options may include 6-speed manual and 6-Speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC). In 2017 or later, the company may also offer a diesel-hybrid electric variant, following the Megane ‘Hybrid Assist’. This conventional hybrid powertrain could significantly boost the fuel economy, as well as reduce the CO2 emissions to a figure below or around 100 g/km.

[Image Source: Auto Moto]

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