The entry level Laguna, called the Expression, is dominated by a single color: carbon. On the outside, the door handles and lateral moldings are body coloured and the window surrounds are finished in chrome.
Two upper versions, the Dynamique and TomTom Edition come in a more aggressive guise. They both boast a GT allure, as they incorporate the looks of the previous GT version. This look translates into GT front bumper with air intakes, black surround headlights, smoked rear lights, pearl black door mirrors and twin chrome exhausts.
They both bring additional technologies, compared with the entry level. Dual zone climate control, automatic parking brake, auto lights and wipers, rear parking sensors, satin chrome centre console are only a few. To add a little extra, a Premium Pack for the two is available with electric and heated Alcantara sports seats, aluminum inserts and pedals, for an extra £1,200.
The top-of-the-range Initiale version adds full leather upholstery, electrically-adjustable and heated seats with memory, Xenons with directional headlights, front and rear parking sensors and wood interior detailing.
Customers of the new Laguna range will have a very rough time trying to decide on the engine they want. Renault provides for the Laguna 4 engine choices for the Expression, TomTom Edition and Initiale, and no less than 6 engine versions for the Dynamique. The list of those engines and the prices that go with them can be found below (click to enlarge).