Renault has been a pioneer in the car industry for many years, and the new Espace is a testament to its continued innovation. This new people carrier has been designed to lead the brand's charge in the C and D segments and certainly lives up to expectations. With its SUV-inspired design and advanced technology, the new Espace is a true standard-setter.
The Renault Espace has a rich history, starting as a revolutionary car that ushered in a vision of the future. The latest version, the new Renault Espace, continues to change with the times while remaining true to its 5- or 7-seater long-distance people-carrier DNA. It is also the Renault range's most spacious model, making it the ideal choice for families or anyone who values comfort and convenience.
One of Espace's new standout design features is its athletic and elegant design, giving it an SUV vibe. The Esprit Alpine trim takes things further, adding a motorsports edge to this impressive car. The use of sophisticated materials and finishing touches add class to the top-of-the-range and bright interior, which features a 1-sqm-plus sunroof, one of the largest on the market.
Under the bonnet, the Renault Espace is packed with advanced technology. It features an ultra-efficient 200 hp E-Tech full hybrid powertrain, which gives it benchmarked low fuel consumption of just 4.6 liters per 100 km. This means it can achieve up to 1,100 km of range, and the battery doesn't need any charge. The car is also up-to-the-minute when it comes to connectivity, and it keeps its driver and passengers' environmental footprint in check.
The new Renault Espace is built on the Alliance's purpose-designed CMF-CD platform, which makes it 215 kg lighter than its predecessor. It also comes with 32 driver assistance systems, including MULTI-SENSE and 4CONTROL Advanced, Renault's four-wheel-steering system, which takes pleasure at the wheel to the next level. Safety features for all its occupants are at the top of the range, making it the ideal car for anyone who values peace of mind on the road.
The Renault Espace Hybrid SUV is the perfect car for anyone who values space, comfort, and convenience. It is 4.72 meters long, 14 cm shorter than the previous generation, but the passenger compartment is even longer. It comes with a powered tailgate, which can be opened or closed from the cockpit using the keyless entry or moving your foot under the rear bumper.
With 1,818 liters of space in the 5-seater version with the second row of seats folded down, 777 liters in the 5-seater version with the second row all the way forwards, and 159 liters in the 7-seater configuration with the third row in place, the new Espace is one of the most spacious people carriers on the market. You can easily fold down the second row of seats using the Easy Folding unlocking handles, which optimizes space at the back and flattens the floor for more convenient loading.
The Renault Espace is made at the plant in Palencia, Spain. It combines cutting-edge production and operation techniques with smart technologies, including robotics, analytics, AI, and IoT. The plant underwent an extensive one-and-a-half-year-long overhaul to feature the latest capabilities and the most exacting quality control systems to meet increasingly stringent environmental criteria.
The new Renault Espace is an impressive car that pushes the boundaries!
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