Renault introduces two new Megane models

One of the two new Megane models now on sale, the GT Line.

TWO new Renault models, the Mégane GT and GT Line, which were unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow, are “Driving the Change” across all of the Mégane family (Hatchback, Coupé, Sport Tourer, Coupé-Cabriolet) and are now on sale.
These new versions bring distinctive styling and genuine driving pleasure within reach of as many motorists as possible and also bridge the gap between the mainstream Mégane and the all-out performance of Mégane Renaultsport 250
GT Line is an option pack available on Mégane Dynamique versions. They feature a specific chassis and are powered by the Mégane’s core-range of economical and ecological engines.
GT is available with the 2.0 TCe 180 and 2.0 dCi 160 powerplants and combines sporty exterior and interior details with a specially-tuned chassis which takes its inspiration from Mégane Renaultsport 250.
GT versions of Twingo, Clio and Laguna have been available for some time and have met with considerable European success, with annual sales amounting to more than 10,000 cars.
The UK is a key market for Renaultsport with the country achieving the largest sales volume after France and this success points to a healthy market here for the new GT and GT Line versions. Building on the reputation and success of its existing performance models, Renault now provides a sporting option for all Mégane body types.
New Mégane GT and GT Line demonstrate that motoring enjoyment can be affordable, and also serve as eloquent illustrations of Renault’s new brand signature, “Drive the Change”.
The new Mégane GT and GT Line are manufactured in the same factories as those that produce the core-range versions. Palencia builds the Mégane Hatchback, Coupé and Sport Tourer GT and GT Line, while Douai is responsible for the Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line.

The Hatchback version.