On the inside, the Koleos sports a Twiddler in the center dash, two tweeters on the sides and four large speakers for each door. In order to find space for a woofer, the spare wheel was removed. The special Bose sound system is equipped with Digital Processing and an 8-channel equalizer.
Distinguishing exterior features include tinted windows, a brushed aluminum finish on the grille and wind mirrors. The Bose Koleos is available in pastel colors White, Black Moonlight, Black Metallic and Lava Grey. The car sits on 18-inch Austral wheels wrapped in Continental tires
The car comes as standard with ESP, Tom Tom Navigator, cruise control, rear parking sensors, Easy Access System, Aux and USB connectivity, Bluetooth hands-free system. A custom feel is achieved thanks to leather interior, Black headliner and dashboard, a shiny black leather steering wheel and gear knob.
Customers wanting to buy the Bose Koleos can expect to pay EUR30,200 ($41,000) for the 2.0-liter dCi 150 hp in 4X4 form, while the more powerful 175 hp 2.0 dCi 4X4 will sell for EUR31,700 ($42,900).
Renault has entered the crossover market much later than other companies and is determined to recover the lost ground with such custom cars. The company restyled the Koleos range and has started selling the new versions in April this year.