The Espace has always been a big name in car manufacturing, and the prospect of it being investigated and reinvented is a mouthwatering one. So when Renault take the wraps off of the new Espace at this year’s Paris Motor Show next week, there will be a lot of interest – not only from media and other car manufacturers but from the general public too.
Admittedly we have had a little taster of what to expect following the designs of the concept Espace car that was seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013, but we know for sure that the new Renault Espace will be large, elegant, innovative, seductive and well-designed – because that what Espace cars are!
For a model to last 30 years it must be special, and that’s what the Renault Espace is; and with the reinvented car we are promised a brightly-lit, comfortable and modular interior, fluid lines that give the car instant appeal, an occupant-friendly cabin and a floating centre console in both the five- and seven-seat versions. It also goes without saying that both versions have had some extremely meticulous attention to detail paid to them.
If you can’t make it to Paris to see Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault Group, present the new Renault Espace on the Renault stand at 11.00am on Thursday, October 2nd, thanks to the wonders of modern media (and Renault and its partners Publicis Conseil and DigitasLBi) you can make use of an original digital presentation package which combines both video and 3D elementsso that you can submerge yourself into the Espace experience (inside and out) by accessing an online unveiling at www.crossover.renault.com
And get ready to make a space for Espace in your garage!
A late starter on the road (passing his test at the age of 31) Kevin drives. He gets into the car, starts it, and drives. No matter what car, it is being on the road that matters, and enjoying the feeling of being there. A passionate writer about many subjects, and author of an as-yet unpublished book based on his misspent youth in a pop band in the 80's, he works as a freelance copywriter in the North-West of England.
Away from his laptop keyboard, Kevin is a dedicated husband, dad, grandad and AFC Wimbledon football fan currently attempting to indoctrinate his 4 year old grandson into the music of his youth by playing The Jam on repeat throughout the house. He also performs stand-up comedy under the name of AFC Baggy and is the current Preston Comedian of the Year.