While there is currently no GT version in the Mégane range, especially due to the new WLTP certification standards, Renault is expanding its compact range with a new limited edition, the GT-Line.
This of course plays the card of the sport and is a bit more aggressive than the other Méganes, thanks to the special front bumper and the rear diffuser as well as the 18-inch Grand Tour Black Shadow wheels. GT Line badges on the rear and front fenders as well as mirror covers and side scoops with a dark metal finish are also included.
Inside, the Megane GT-Line benefits from heated sports seats, a Alcantara upholstery with blue stitching, a nappa leather steering wheel and thumbwheel, a black headliner and an aluminum crank. Equipment theme, it takes on the occupation of the high-intensity finish and adds the adaptive cruise control,
This special series is for the moment Available with 1.3 TCe 140 and 160 petrol engines, which can both be combined with the dual-clutch EDC transmission. Subsequently, the Blue dCi 150 EDC diesel engine will be available.
Renault Mégane GT-Line Award
The prices for this limited edition start at 29,200 € in TCe 140 and claim 2100 euros more than the target Intens.
- Megane GT-Line TCe 140 FAP: 29 200 €
- Megane GT-Line TCe 140 EDC FAP: 30 900 €
- Megane GT-Line TCe 160 FAP: € 30,400
- Megane GT-Line TCe 160 EDC FAP: 32 100 €
The EDC box is available with TCe FAP and Blue dCi
In addition, Renault announces that beyond this special GT line series addition The EDC box is back in the lineup Mégane and can now be associated with the latest gasoline engines TCe 140 FAP and TCe 160 FAP, but also with diesel Blue dCi 115.