Renault Reveals New Talisman

WU staff | News | July 8, 2015
Renault Reveals New Talisman

French multinational automobile manufacturer Renault has recently unveiled its new car, the Talisman which is said to be using the Common Module Family platform that was developed through the Renault-Nissan alliance.

The slick looking executive saloon with four doors is said to be the replacement for the existing Laguna and will be offering with five four-cylinder engine variants.

The Talisman is said to come with active dampers that will allow the driver to choose from four driving modes and also 4Control, Renault's four-wheel steering system.

It looks like after learning a lot from its past experiences, the French automobile company seems to have done away with all its rather aberrant design cues.

Speaking about the availability of the new car, we still do not know as to when would the car be available to the public, but, it can be expected to be seen at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show this September.

 
 
 
 
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