This model will become the flagship of the brand.
Renault Rafale is built on the CMF-CD platform and will receive a gasoline-electric power plant of the E-Tech family.
The crossover coupe is named after the Rafale aircraft, created in the early 1930s by Caudron-Renault.
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So far, little is known about the new cross-coupe, and although renders are circulating on the Internet, the company itself is silent, confining itself to a video where only the silhouette of the model is visible.
In the video, you can see that this is a coupe-crossover with a heavily sloped rear window and elongated LED taillights pointing to the Renault emblem, as well as double spoilers.
As for the interior, it will certainly be the same as in Austral and Espace: a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, a 12-inch touchscreen of the OpenR Link infotainment system and a 9.3-inch head-up display.
The premiere of the Rafale will take place on June 18, 2023 at the Le Bourget air show, and the model will go on sale in 2024.
“Behind the wheel” can be read in Telegram
Photo: Youtube video screenshot