As we said in our previous post, the Laguna Coupe reminds us of a Ford Cougar Coupe adorned with plenty of styling elements from an Aston Martin which isn’t a bad thing. Inside, the Laguna Coupe holds no surprises as the dashboard is lifted straight off its 5door sibling. Measuring in at 4.64 metres in length and with a width of 1.83 meters and a wheelbase 2.69 meters, the Laguna Coupe is roughly the size of a BMW 3-Series Coupe. -Continued
Under the bonnet of Renault Laguna Coupe, we find several powerplants including a brand-new 3.0-liter V6 dCi turbo diesel engine that produces 235hp and peak torque of 450Nm and a 3.5 V6 petrol, which is mated for the first time with the AJ0 automatic six-speed transmission it shares with the diesel engine. In this configuration, Renault Laguna Coupe can accelerate to 100 km/h in under than 7.0 seconds. The rest of the range consists of the top performing versions of the range's two-litre petrol and diesel powerplants.
The Laguna Coupe also benefits from the
In terms of safety and according to Renault, the Active Drive chassis equipped with four-wheel steering excels not only under braking in difficult conditions (asymmetric grip, deployment of ESP), but also when taking avoidance action (the so-called 'elk test').
More details of the Renault Laguna Coupe will be revealed during the car’s official public debut at the forthcoming Paris Motor Show and will be available for international media road tests immediately after that. According to the French carmaker, the Laguna Coupe will be introduced progressively across the Renault sales network from mid-October.