Renault has started the new year by targeting the new segment of Crossover, and unveiled the new Renault Captur Urban Compact Crossover successfully. To keep that target firm, Renault is coming-up with a compact Multi-Purpose Vehicle[MPV] – the Scénic XMOD and which going to have a world debut in the prestigious Geneva Motor Show on 5th March, 2013. Stylish Exterior : XMOD is sporty, elegant and scenic and redefines the world of multipurpose vehicles. It comes with special alloy wheels, sill guards, front and rear bumpers, chrome varnished roof bars and an increased height giving this classy vehicle a more crossover appearance. With an innovative and expressive front end, this well-designed MPV by Renault, encompasses signature LED daytime running lights and many other exciting features. Advanced Technology : Scenic XMOD, comes with interiors that gives you a feeling like a fighter jet cockpit which has an exclusive center-console. This brand new MPV, featuring TFT digital display with fully connected Renault R-Link touchscreen multimedia system.on the top of it it includes a flat-bottomed steering wheel,aluminium capped pedals and gear lever knob. Enhanced Safety Features : It comes with Extended grip for better control of braking system while leaving the driver in full control of the engine torque.The loose ground mode increases the braking control and automatically reconnects at speeds of over 40 km/hour. Scenic XMOD is the first ever in Renault range with all new Extender Grip system. This amazing traction control system enables the vehicle to grip the road confidently under extreme driving conditions.
The Scenic XMOD full technical specification and availability will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2013 and will be available for test ride soon after the show. Photo Gallery of Renault Scénic XMOD a compact MPV
Auto Press Release 2013 Renault Scénic XMOD– the market’s leading MPV in crossover mode February 04, 2013
- Following on from Renault Captur, unveiled at the beginning of the year, Renault rolls out Scénic XMOD.
- With its innovative Extended Grip traction control system, soft-roader looks, the brand-new Energy TCe 130 and Renault’s new design identity, the newcomer will round out the Renault Scénic line.
- Retaining the genetic make-up of the benchmark European MPV since 1996, Scénic XMOD states its difference with style.
- Scénic XMOD will be one of the new models revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in early March.
Extended grip underneath Scénic XMOD is the first vehicle in the Renault range to feature the all-new Extended Grip system. This advanced traction control system enables the vehicle to grip the roadconfidently under difficult driving conditions (snow, mud,sand, etc.). Manually activating the rotary control positioned on the centre console, the driver can choose from three types of assistance. In ‘Expert’ mode, Extended Grip manages the braking system, while leaving the driver in full control of the engine torque. The ‘Road’ mode offers conventional traction control settings. It automatically reconnects at speeds of over 40kph. The ‘Loose Ground’ mode optimises braking control and engine torque control as a function of available grip. Plus all the DNA of Renault Scénic Scénic XMOD retains the key features which have made Scénic the benchmark in the compact MPV segment. Its boot capacity is up to 555 litres, one of the biggest in its class. No less than 71 litres of additional stowage space are cleverly spread around the cabin. Scénic XMOD offers simple, effective and fast modularity: the seats are independent, folding and removable to provide a host of seating configurations for the occupants. Renault Scénic XMOD will be produced at the Douai plant in France. Renault Scénic XMOD will be revealed in a world premiere on March 5, 2013 at the Geneva Motor Show and available for test drives shortly after. Further information about its exact specification and availability will be released on this date. Auto Press Release Source : Renault
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