Renault will introduce its new Latitude family car at the Moscow Motor Show. The Skoda Superb rival will go on sale in Russia this autumn and then in Asia, Africa, Turkey, Australia and Mexico before making its European debut at the Paris Motor Show in September. It is expected that a European version will go on sale shortly afterwards.
Longer and wider than the Skoda Superb, this new car will boast high levels of specification, including bi-xenon headlights and LED rear lamps, while inside there will be luxuries such as a dual-mode air ionizer with double fragrance diffuser, triple-zone climate control, a massaging driver's seat, Bose Premium audio and hands free entry.
There is no word on engine options just yet, but expect to see Renault's 2.0-litre 180hp dCi as well as the 140hp 2.0-litre petrol engine.