The current Renault Grand Scenic was introduced in 2009 and is due for a major overhaul. The all-new model is under development and in recent months been spied testing under a hacked version of the current model’s body.
The next-gen Grand Scenic is expected to gain Renault’s new design language that was most recently introduced on the fourth generation Megane hatchback. A speculative rendering from Caradisiac shows how it would look in that case.
The rendering essentially previews only a redesigned front fascia with new full LED headlights, C-shaped LED daytime running lights, V-shaped five-slat radiator grille housing the big diamond logo of the brand, redesigned bumper, wider air dam, new fog lamp housing and a sculpted hood.
Like with the current generation, the next generation Grand Scenic would be preceded by the all-new Scenic. The fourth generation Scenic is reportedly arriving in 2016 and it will continue being a 5-seat compact MPV.
The 2017 Renault Scenic and 2017 Renault Grand Scenic will be based on an iteration of the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF (Common Module Family) platform – CMF-C/d. Both are likely to come with a wide range of TCe petrol and dCi diesel engine options, while transmission options would include 6-speed manual and 6-Speed dual clutch automatic (EDC).
[Image Source: Caradisiac]