Continuing with its series of teasers, Renault has teased the Talisman again, this time revealing its headlight. The new mid-size sedan was said to be offered with optional full LED headlights, and that is what Renault is teasing.
The headlight houses the full LED ‘Pure Vision’ module which, also offered on the the Espace crossover MPV and Kadjar compact crossover. Explaining the technology’s benefit on the Kadjar, the company says that “the ray emits a light close to that of the sun and 20 per cent more powerful than a halogen beam.”
The Renault Talisman will replace the Laguna and Latitude. It will be based on the Renault Nissan Alliance’s CMF (Common Module Family) platform – CMF-C/d. A station wagon version will also be sold and the cabin of both models will be largely inspired from the Espace; Renault has already hinted that with the new infotainment system’s multi-function rotary control.
The Renault Talisman will be unveiled by Carlos Ghosn – CEO Renault Group and Laurens van den Acker – SVP Corporate Design, on 6 July at 2.30PM (CET) in Chantilly (France). It will have a public debut at the 2015 International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt in September and go on sale in France and other European markets later this year. Like the Espace, the Talisman won’t be sold in the UK and Ireland.