The current Renault Espace has been on the market since 2003. Next year that will make it ten years old, which is a long life cycle for any vehicle. But it'll still be a few years until its replacement is ready. So following the facelift it performed on the Euro-market minivan in 2003, Renault is releasing another update.

Refreshed to fall more closely in line with Renault's current styling direction (the company has changed aesthetic strategies a few times since the introduction of the fourth-generation model), the new Espace has a fresh grille that better incorporates a larger emblem than the model it replaces, and it's flanked by new headlights and a new bumper fascia below.

Further details on what else Renault has tweaked will be released in July when it hits showrooms overseas.
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New Renault Espace

New Renault Espace features Renault's new styling identity which gives the MPV an even more dynamic stance. As is the case with the brand's other new models, the Renault logo is bigger and set in a more upright, prominent position on a broad black strip on the grille.

Four generations on, the Renault Espace success story continues, and all the strengths that have helped forge the model's popularity have been carried over to the latest version, including its trademark cabin space, modular layout, comfort and safety for all occupants.

In a career spanning 28 years, Renault Espace has built up a large and loyal following, with sales exceeding 1.2 million units.

Further information about New Renault Espace will be released at the beginning of July.

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