Renault Laguna Coupe Black Edition Revealed

Renault has just launched the Black Edition flavor of Renault Laguna Coupe, following the successful series of Laguna Hatch and Estate. Just like the previous Black Series members, this new model boasts a wide array of exclusive elements, including a new equipment package that brings a saving to the customer of no less than 4,250 euros.

The main features of this package are: metallic paint (Pearlescent Black, Cassiopée Grey and Platine Grey), twin chrome exhaust tailpipes, 17-inch Talisman aluminum alloy wheels, bi-xenon adaptive lighting, Renault card, automatic dual-zone climate control with air quality sensor, cruise control with speed limited, six airbags, rear parking proximity sensor and 40W 3D Sound by Arkamys Bluetooth radio-CD/MP3 and Audio Connection Box.

Renault Laguna Coupe Black Edition is powered by the company's dCI 150 engine and priced at 29,500 euros, 4,250 euros less than the entry level version, as the French car manufacturer said in a statement for the press. Orders are already available in France, it added.

"Renault Laguna Coupé Black Edition's flowing, uncluttered lines express a blend of elegance and timeless beauty, while the nicely balanced proportions of the Laguna line-up's most recent addition and flagship version suggest refinement and power," Renault said in a statement for the press.

"The front-end styling features the dynamic cues of the Black Edition GT Look Pack, and the waistline continues the model's distinctive appeal along its flanks to the rear which features hallmark design and lighting signatures thanks to a particularly short overhang and broad, slim LED-based light clusters."

Compared to the hatch version of Laguna which already qualifies for French state 200 euro eco-bonus - with emission ratings of 130 g/km - the Laguna Coupe isn't eligible for any kind of incentive as it releases around 157 g of CO2 per km.
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