The new Megane is a big deal for the French company, as it represents a challenger to the all-conquering Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf. It's not clear what we can expect from the new C-segment offering, although it's probably a fair bet that we'll see a five-door hatchback at the very least. Alongside the versatile hatch, the current Megane is sold as a three-door coupe, a hardtop convertible, and as a five-door wagon.
Similarly, we can only speculate on the powertrains that will show up next month. Expect the usual array of gas and diesel-powered four-cylinders, which will be accompanied by a variety of gearboxes. Unfortunately, you shouldn't count on seeing a Renaultsport version of the new Megane for quite some time.
Renault will also take the opportunity to unveil the new Talisman to the public for the first time. Of course, you can look for more coverage on both of these vehicles as part of our obsessive coverage of the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Until then, scroll down for the official press release from Renault.
All-New Mégane set for Global Premiere at Frankfurt
Public debut for New Talisman Estate
Renault Press Conference at 2.00pm on Tuesday 15th September
The All-New Renault Mégane is set for a world debut unveil at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The fourth generation of Renault's C-segment family car will be unveiled during a press conference by Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Groupe Renault, at 2.00pm on Tuesday 15 September on the Renault stand in Hall 8.
Following on from its saloon sibling's unveil earlier in the summer, the D-segment Talisman Estate will also debut at the show. Joining these two new debuts on the stand will be the recently launched Kadjar and Espace models.
The press conference will be streamed live on the global media and Group websites: www.media.renault.com and www.group.renault.com