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Press Release:

THE TALISMAN

Renault’s new saloon packs style andreal driving enjoymentRenault is proud to reveal its new executive saloon.The evocatively named TALISMAN ticks all the boxes that D-segment customers have come to appreciate, whiletaking wellbeing and driving enjoyment to a new level.The Renault TALISMAN features a unique combination of:

• Assertive styling: sleek, elegant lines.

• A warm, spacious cabin: ample room for all occupants and front seats among the very best in the TALISMAN’sclass, plus an impressively big boot (608dm3 VDA).

• Comfort-enhancing innovations: a seven-inch digital instrument display under the dashboard cowling,R-Link2 with 8.7-inch screen, colour head-up display technology, BOSE® Surround Sound and hands-freeparking.

• Innovations for intense enjoyment: Multi-Sense technology to match the mood of the driver. The TALISMANis the only D-segment saloon car to combine 4Control® four-wheel steering with active damping, allowingit to deliver unique road manners, plus safe, dynamic, agile handling, and outstanding ride comfort.All these innovations combine to make the TALISMAN an executive saloon that will appeal not only thanks to itsstyling but also through a pleasurable experience for both drivers and passengers alike.The TALISMAN is built to the very highest quality standards and meticulous attention has been paid to everydetail, including, notably, the depth and lustre of its paint.

Low running costs, plus low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions also figure prominently amongst theTALISMAN’s core strengths.The Renault TALISMAN, together with the Estate version - which features the same qualities as the saloon - ispoised to play an active part in the renewal and upgrading of Renault’s high-end range. Both vehicles will bemanufactured at the firm’s Douai plant in France.Following its unveil to the media on July 6, 2015, the Renault TALISMAN – along with the Estate version – willbe presented at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, which opens its gates to the public on September 17.The TALISMAN will be available for sale in Europe at the end of the year.

A name that embodies the strengths of Renault’s saloon

Renault selects names for its models that symbolise their design and personality across all marketswhere they are sold.True to this tradition, the TALISMAN has been given a charismatic name that conjures up notions of bothprotection and power. At the same time, TALISMAN is an easy word to pronounce and is understood theworld over.This three-syllable name rolls easily and naturally off the tongue, yet it asserts the model’s powerfulpersonality and the energy it radiates. The combination of the model’s strong, racy lines and innovativetechnologies express protection and safety.The TALISMAN delivers intense driving enjoyment grounded in a genuinely sensorial experience

01// The TALISMAN, a saloon with a unique blend ofsensuality and state-of-the-art comfort

We are proud to be unveiling the TALISMAN, Renault’s new four-doorsaloon. The TALISMAN is generous in its exterior proportions, in its cabinspace and in the passenger comfort it offers. It stands out from thecompetition with its confident front end, its graceful tail and muscular flanks.Whichever angle you view it from, it looks ready to pounce. We designed itwith passion so that its drivers feel proud.

Laurens van den Acker - Senior Vice President, Corporate Design, Renault

Vibrant, assertive styling

Saloon car essentials

For the TALISMAN, Renault designers opted for a three-box body style. The saloon layout – with a distinctboot – picks up on the universally accepted design practice for this type of car, whilst simultaneously blendingRenault’s warm and friendly DNA into the mix.To reinterpret the rulebook, Renault’s designers went back to basics to establish the ideal proportions andperfect balance between the different volumes. An overall length of 4.85 metres and a width of 1.87 metresendows the TALISMAN with a generous footprint that is beneficial to interior space and underscores thedistinguished apperance expected of a car of this stature.Renault’s designers and engineers worked closely together to keep the roof height to just 1.46 metres and tocontrol ground clearance. They also achieved the ideal one-third / two-thirds ratio between the glazed areas andbody panels, plus a 2.81 metres long wheelbase. The long bonnet adds dynamism to the TALISMAN’s profile,and the large diameter wheels (up to 19-inches) are a snug fit within their sculpted arches.

Sleek styling

The TALISMAN is powerful and inspires confidencefrom the front with its distinctive chrome grille featuringthe brand’s upright diamond logo. Renault’s new visualsignature continues through the TALISMAN’s C-shapeddaytime running lights, which extend right down to thebumper. Depending on the version, the TALISMAN canbe equipped with 100% ‘pure vision’ LED headlights.The side profile is enhanced by the dynamic shape ofthe third side window, evoking the world of luxurylimousines and the visual promise of generous spaceinside. The use of chrome underscores the elegance ofthe TALISMAN’s silhouette,with a strip running the perimeter ofthe side windows and another on the mouldingthat straddles the front wing and door. This arrow-shaped feature taps into the design language of sporting carsto suggest performance and aerodynamic efficiency.The low, broad-shouldered rear incorporatesdistinctive tail light clusters that extendinwards towards the centreline of the boot.Their elongated shape underscores the car’sgrounded stance while drawing attention tothe Renault logo. 3D-effect lighting providesthe TALISMAN with a powerful visual signature.These lights are always switched on - evenduring the daytime - to further reinforce theirvisual impact.

Elegant colours and wheels

The Renault TALISMAN offers a choice of ten body colours:

- Nine metallic finishes: Pearlescent White, Dune Beige, Cosmos Blue, Vison Brown*, Cassiopée Grey, PlatineGrey, Etoilé Black, Carmin Red*, Améthyste Black (Initiale Paris versions). (*) New colours

- One non-metallic finish: Glacier White.

All paint options feature a high-durability lacquer coat providing added lustre and ahigher level of resistance.

- Five alloy wheel designs (depending on the market): 16-inch Sequence wheels, 17-inch Bayadere wheels, 18-inch Erbé Grey diamond-effect Duetto wheels, 19-inchErbé Grey diamond-effect Alizarine wheels and 19-inch black Initiale Paris diamondeffectwheels.

“If you please... draw me a saloon.”

Alexis Martot, exterior designer of the TALISMAN,took great pleasure in fine-tuning the balance of thevehicle. “My chief priority was to make sure the carhad all the right fundamentals in terms of itsproportions, the ratio of glazed areas to sheet metaland wheel size. The next task was to ensure that theTALISMAN always looked natural and balanced whenseen from any angle. In this type of exercise there willinevitably be areas where compromises have to bemade: while it is important to ‘stretch the lines’ inorder to give the body a well-planted stance in bothlength and width to visually lower the roofline, it isabsolutely out of the question to do this if it impingeson occupant accommodation or headroom. On a large family vehicle like this, it is also essential torecognise that buyers expect a large boot. Yet we need to avoid the ‘backpack’ effect. In other words, wemust ensure that the rear boot section is neither too tall nor too dominant in order to ensure a balancedimpression. The lines must ‘tuck in’ at the back to achieve the desired elegance, but not excessively. Andwhile the TALISMAN’s lines are sleek, we took great care to ensure it isn’t pitched too steeply forwardmerely to accentuate the dynamic effect.” Balance, but without clever tricks.

An interior that blends warmth, clean lines and quality

Reinterpreting classical design cues to reflect the themes of the exterior styling, Renault’s designers conceivedan interior that is welcoming and high in quality.Visually, the cabin is divided into three horizontal planes which serve to structure the space within the vehicle.The areas closestto the occupants feature an inviting, soft-to-the-touch trim. Elements that are further away aredeliberately treated in a ‘cooler’ manner in terms of colours and materials. This contrast contributes to theimpression of space. Lastly, the combination of particular colours and a variety of different materials createsdifferent interior ambiences.Painstaking attention and imaginative solutions were applied to the TALISMAN’s ergonomics and design, evendown to the padding and trim of its interior components.

“Every single part needs to be beautifully designed”

When examining the TALISMAN’s interior, the gaze is met by awarmly-appointed, timeless cabin. “I wanted the lines of the interiorto be as fluid as possible. This is something I wanted tobe immediately apparent. But I also wanted a more detailedexamination to reveal the harmony that reigns right downto the details,” notes the TALISMAN’s interior designer, NicolasDortindeguey. “I therefore designed the parts and paid attention tothe overall finish so that everything fitted together naturally andcoherently. I made a point of designing every detail individually sothat each one was beautiful in its own way. I hope this will lead notonly to people falling for the car at first sight but also to their beingsatisfied with the car’s user-friendliness over time.”

On-board refinement: a roomy interior, welcoming seatsand supreme comfort

The TALISMAN has many strengths that support its bid to distil a unique impression of comfort and wellbeingthanks to its generously dimensioned, welcoming interior.

The TALISMAN stands out among the best cars in its class in terms of cabin space and all-round stowagecapacity

The TALISMAN was carefully thought through to ensure the wellbeing of the driver and occupants alike and itscabin is among the roomiest in its class, notably in three areas:

• Front and rear headroom: the height from the seat cushion to the roof is 902mm at the front and 855mm atthe rear.

• Front elbow room.

• Rear knee room: 262mm – amongst the very best in the TALISMAN’s segment.The wide centre console contributes further to this impression of space and width by positioning the frontoccupants at an appreciable distance from each other. The console itself is pleasant to the touch and carefullyfinished.

With more than 25 litres of stowage space around the cabin,the TALISMAN figures among the very best in itsclass in this respect, including:

• Generous glove box: 8 litres,

• Door bins: 4.6 litres at the front (accommodates a 1½-litre bottle) and two litres at the back,

• Practical cup holders,

• Judicious stowage space beneath the central armrest with a chilled compartment (versions equipped withEDC transmission) capable of holding a half-litre bottle or a 33cl can,

• A bespoke tray for the front passenger to stash their smartphone or keys.Meanwhile, the boot capacity of 608dm3 (VDA) is one of the segment’s biggest, making it ideal for family use…and more, since it can accommodate up to four golf bags.

A personal welcome and comfort

When the key card holder approaches, the Daytime Running Lights, rear lights and the interior roof light comeon, while the door mirrors deploy and down lights illuminate the area around the door. When the driver opensthe door, he or she is welcomed by an audible and visual animation on the display. Meanwhile, the seatautomatically slides back 50mm (versions with electric seats) to facilitate ingress. Once the driver is seated, itreturns to its original position.In addition to this personal welcome, the TALISMAN’s wide front seats, designed with airline business classseats in mind, combine two important new features:

• In a world first, the front seat backs incorporate CoverCarving Technology which takes the form of a semi-rigid,resistant, flexible and lightweight shell. This ingeniousRenault innovation provides designers with additionalfreedom, adds to the impression of quality, frees up space(extra 3cm knee room at the rear) and weighs 1kg lessthan a conventional plastic seat back shell.

• Integrated ventilation for greater comfort in hot weather.Furthermore, TALISMAN’s front seats benefit from:

• Generous dimensions and a stylish design,

• Up to 10 possible adjustments (eight electrically, two manually),

• Four-position electric lumbar adjustment (height/ depth),

• Aviation-style six-way adjustable headrests,

• Heated cushions and backs,

• Massage function (adjustable intensity: two programmes/ five sequences),

• Settings memory for up to six individual profiles.The low seat cushion position ensures a comfortable, dynamic driving experience while freeing up appreciableheadroom.The rear three-person bench seat comes with variable density mousse to pamper rear passengers. The60/40-split bench has a hatch to enable skis to be carried. The two outer seats are equipped with a rotatingheadrest, which can be retracted and turned to free up the driver’s rearward line of sight.

Five interior ambiences

The Renault TALISMAN offers a choice of five interior ambiences and trim associated with different equipmentlevels (ambiences may vary depending on market).There are three interior trims and five equipment levels:

LIFE: black dashboard, leather-trimmed steering wheel and black fabric seats inspired by men’s tailoring.

ZEN: same ambience as the Life equipment level but with lighter-coloured trim strips.BUSINESS: same ambience as the Zen equipment level but with additional equipment.

INTENS: combined fabric/ semi leather seats, or optional dark brown or black Riviera leather upholstery andmatching dashboard. Chocolate brown top-stitching.

INITIALE PARIS: black or sand grey dashboard with dark charcoal or silver top-stitching, Nappa full-grain leatherupholstery in a graded grey pattern or solid black, and Nappa leather-trimmed steering wheel.

An Initiale Paris signature version of the TALISMAN

Following in the footsteps of the CLIO and the new ESPACE, the TALISMAN is the latest model to benefit fromthe Initiale Paris trim level, which is synonymous with the very best that Renault has to offer in the realms ofwellbeing and service.

Exclusive exterior styling features

• Exclusive Améthyste Black metallic paint, in addition to the other availablecolours,

• Specific 19-inch wheels,

• Specific badging at the front (beneath the Renault logo) and at the rear inplace of the TALISMAN badge.Painstaking attention paid to interior comfort

• Nappa full-grain leather upholstery in either black or grey gradient,

• Enveloping ‘Relax’ front headrests,

• Exclusive Nappa leather-trimmed steering wheel,

• Dashboard with top-stitching,

• Heated, massaging front seats with 10-way adjustment (eight of which are electric),

• Laminated side windows for improved acoustic comfort,

• Initiale Paris badging inside on the door sills, steering wheel insert, top of the front seat backs (embossed) anddecorative trim on the back of the front headrests,

• Exclusive carpet mats,

• Specific Initiale Paris hands-free card,

• Door mirrors angled downwards when reverse gear is engaged.Comprehensive, welcoming service

• A dedicated call centre designed to provide constructive, tailored responses to requests for assistance andcapable of making appointments within 24 hours for test drives, servicing and assistance with connectedservices,

• A dedicated area in showrooms,

• A unique range of optional services aimed at simplifying life on board.

Innovations that heighten travelling comfort

A comprehensive, user-friendly multimedia experience

The TALISMAN comes with three types of multimedia equipment.The entry level TALISMAN is equipped with a car radio featuring a 4.2-inch (11cm) display. Depending on themarket, this digital radio offers flawless reception and CD quality sound. The signal also carries information intext format, such as a description of what is playing, weather and traffic updates, latest news, etc.In the case of the intermediate equipment levels, the TALISMAN comes with the R-Link 2 connected multimediatablet, with a seven-inch (18cm) landscape format display and Bose Surround Sound.The high-end equipment level comes with R-Link 2 complete with an 8.7-inch (22cm) portrait format display.

R-Link 2, the TALISMAN’s connected control centre

Along with the functions and ergonomics developed specifically for in-car use, the Renault R-Link 2 connectedtablet comes with either a seven-inch landscape format or 8.7-inch portrait display. The latter is a first in theTALISMAN’s class.

High-tech

• A fully integrated, sensitive capacitive (pinch & zoom) touch screen display,

• Uncluttered, intuitive graphics, carefully designed for in-car use.

Intuitive

• R-Link 2 functions like a personal tablet, and boasts the same tactile qualities: two-finger zoom, page scrolling,drag-and-drop...

• A realistic navigation display (3D representation of buildings with the 8.7-inch version),

• R-Link 2 has been tailored for in-car use, with voice commands (navigation, phone, apps and media), textmessage display and the reading aloud of e-mails via an app,

• Bluetooth® connectivity allows for hands-free calls and wireless music streaming,

• Numerous connection and charging possibilities are available for all occupants.

Under control

• R-Link 2 oversees the vehicle’s driving aids as well as all of the standard duties such as the navigation, audioand climate control functions. The touch screen display’s features are completed by shortcut buttons, amulti-function rotary control on the centre console and additional steering wheel-mounted controls.

Easily personalised

• The most popular and frequently used functions are always within arm’s reach, courtesy of a customisablehome page based on widgets (icons).

• It is also easy for drivers to find–with just a single click–their pre-selected driving settings and in-car ambiencepreferences after saving the following preferences into a personalised profile:

- Language,

- Seating position (including the speed and intensity of massages) and door mirror position,

- Head-up display (height, brightness, attenuation),

- Favourite radio stations,

- Destinations in the navigation system,

- Lighting ambience (colour, intensity, contrast),

- Custom Multi-Sense modes.Up to six different profiles can be saved, and it is also possible for drivers to make their profile private

– a benefitthat is particularly appreciated when sharing the wheel with other users.

Connected

• Through its R-Link Store, Renault offers a comprehensive catalogue of applications specifically developed forin-car use, including: Coyote® alerts, three Michelin applications (Hotels, Restaurants and Travel), fuel pricesand the reading aloud of e-mails.

02// The promise of intense drivingpleasure courtesy of Multi-Sense technology

Driving enjoyment is one of the key attributes expected of a large family saloon car. Thanks to its low-profilestance, with a centre of gravity and driving position that are close to the road, the TALISMAN has been honed todeliver real driving pleasure. Taking the spirit that prevailed in the design of the new ESPACE even further,Renault has employed all of its chassis and engine expertise to equip the TALISMAN with technological featuresand innovations that set it apart in its class.

A unique combination of 4Control technologyand active damping

Once again, Renault stands out for its innovative flair in mating the 4Control systemto electronic damper control in a manner that has never been seen before in afamily saloon. This unique combination is responsible for generating driving pleasure,comfort and safety. Around town, the 4Control chassis – a genuine Renaultspeciality – ensures that the TALISMAN’s size is quickly forgotten by endowing it withextraordinary agility. Out on the open road, the TALISMAN’s cornering stability andsafety when evasive action is required place Renault’s new saloon in a class of its own.

Personalised driving experience thanksto Multi-Sense technology

Like the new ESPACE, the TALISMAN is equipped withMulti-Sense technology. Its saloon car architecture enables it toextract even more of the benefits of this Renault innovationwhich make a real difference when it comes to drivingenjoyment. Multi-Sense controls and co-ordinates the varioustechnologies found in the TALISMAN to create an immersivedriving experience. It is responsible for operating the 4Controlsystem, active damping, steering, engine and EDCtransmission. It also covers the instruments, engine sound andambient lighting.

Thanks to this ingenious system, the TALISMAN provides access to its occupants’ desired mood in the form offour pre-programmed settings: Comfort, Sport, Eco and Neutral, plus a fully configurable Perso mode. It is as ifthe driver is benefiting from several cars all rolled into one.Each of these very distinct settings creates and co-ordinates a specific driving emotion by adjusting:

• The engine response,

• The EDC transmission’s gearshift calibration,

• The degree of effort required to turn the steering wheel,

• The active damping settings,

• The configuration of the 4Control system.At the same time, the in-car ambience is harmonised by adapting:

• The colour of the ambient lighting to the required mood (green, blue, sepia, red or purple),

• The presentation and colour of the information displayed by the instruments,

• The engine sound,

• The driver’s massaging seat, activated in Comfort mode,

• The performance of the climate control system in Eco mode.

These modes and different settings are operated:

• By R-Link 2, thanks to its carefully-designed and clearly-presented menus that offer intuitive access to all thebenefits of Renault’s Multi-Sense system

• By the multi-function rotary switch on the centre console

• By the ‘shortcut’ buttonOn the road, the TALISMAN innovates and promises to shake up the family saloon car class with its drivingsensations and entirely customisable in-car experience.

The TALISMAN is equipped with an innovation that provides it with a dual personality: a ‘shortcut’ button whichenables the driver to switch in just two clicks from Comfort to Sport mode and vice-versa. The razor-sharp Sportsetting offers enhanced driving spirit and dynamism, while the Comfort option eradicates the stresses of longerjourneys. Drivers can easily access their two favoured settings and switch from one to the other without havingto risk taking their eyes off the road.Thanks to Renault’s Multi-Sense technology, the TALISMAN gives drivers the impression of benefitting fromseveral cars all rolled into one.

Managed weight and efficient powertrains

The TALISMAN is powered by efficient, high-performance small-displacement engines. The TALISMAN’scomprehensive range of engine options includes the Energy TCe 200 petrol unit and the Energy dCi 160 andEnergy dCi 130 diesels that can also be specified for the new ESPACE. What’s more,these engines perform evenbetter in the TALISMAN,which is some 200kg lighterthan Renault’s large crossover,while the new saloon’s Cd is alow 0.27.All ofthe TALISMAN’s engines benefit from Renault’s knowledge and expertise as an engine manufacturer, honedthrough the brand’s participation in motorsport and Formula 1 in particular.Boasting latest-generation technologies such as direct petrol injection and steel pistons, the TALISMAN’s enginesoffer both first-rate driving enjoyment and low fuel consumption. These downsized powerplants all bear the‘Energy’ label through the fact that they incorporate either one or two turbochargers, Stop&Start technology andenergy recovery under braking.The two petrol units and three diesel powerplants all comply with Euro6 emissions legislation and cover all theneeds of European customers.

Two petrol engines:

The Energy TCe 150 and Energy TCe 200 units will be exclusively mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch EDCautomatic transmission.

Three diesel engines:

The Energy dCi 110 unit can be mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or to a six-speed dual-clutch EDCautomatic transmission.The Energy dCi 130 unit will similarly be available with either a six-speed manual gearbox or a six-speeddual-clutch EDC transmission.As in the new ESPACE, the Energy dCi 160 unit – equipped with twin turbos – will be exclusively mated to asix-speed dual-clutch EDC gearbox.All of the TALISMAN’s diesel engines will be fitted with NOx Traps and a particulate filter. Their LNT (Lean NOxTrap) technology offers the advantage of being maintenance-free.

Driving pleasure, from just 95g of CO2 per km

Renault is tirelessly working to improve the efficiency of its petrol and diesel engines by consistentlyenhancing their performance and driving characteristics while at the same time reducing their fuelconsumption and CO2 emissions. This ongoing research and continuous quest for progress endowsRenault’s conventional powertrains with a level of efficiency that it would have been difficult to imagineonly a few years ago.The 110hp Energy dCi unit offers an astonishing driving experience under the bonnet of the TALISMAN.It emits just 95g/km of CO2, placing it amongst the most efficient vehicles in its segment. Thisperformance is sufficient to qualify it for the latest ECO2 signature. From June 30, Renault’s ECO2 labelhas been applied to the most economical engine in each model range. This evolution also underlines thefavourable positioning of the brand’s ECO2 versions in relation to their direct rivals.

03// Renault continues its range upgrade offensive

Like the new ESPACE, the TALISMAN is a concentrate of fundamentals, to which Renault has added sensuousstyling, plus a carefully-appointed, comfortable and roomy interior. Featuring high-tech innovations (4Controlchassis, active damping, Multi-Sense technology, R-Link2, Bose Surround Sound, etc.), the new TALISMAN isdesigned to enhance travelling comfort and pleasure for the driver and passengers alike. But Renault’s bestmust also be affordable, so the TALISMAN has been engineered to be among the most competitive models inits class with regard to ownership and running costs.

Renault renews its D-segment offer

After a run of successful new model launches at entry and mid-range levels, Renault has switched to theoffensive with its latest high-end offering. In doing so, it has placed the focus on showcasing its exceptionalexpertise to exacting customers, from private motorists, to business customers and fleet owners who tendto favour the higher-end segments in many markets.In the specific case of Renault, the initial challenge consisted in making sure that its new products wererecognised for criteria that are particularly dear to this category of customer, including styling, quality,innovation and services, while at the same time ensuring that the Total Cost of Ownership was carefullycontained.The new ESPACE, which was launched earlier this year in March, was the first model to embody Renault’smove to upgrade its range. It is still too early to come to any conclusions, but early sales are extremelyencouraging. As of end-June, Renault had taken over 13,000 orders for the model, with its high-end InitialeParis signature version accounting for 45% of the mix

Quality on every front

The designers, engineers and staff entrusted with the production of the TALISMAN have paid meticulous careto achieving the highest level of quality in every domain:

• During the design phase: the TALISMAN uses the CMF architecture, which benefits from a modular designand the use of proven, standardised components.

• During testing: In addition to its normal programme of sign-off tests, Renault also pushed the cosmetic andon-road durability of the TALISMAN through their paces in a range of other checks. These uncompromisinground-the-clock tests reproduced the most stringent treatment to which the car might be exposed in thecourse of its working life and are equivalent to several years of heavy duty use. They are run in conjunction toroad tests conducted in extreme traffic conditions and climates, on existing roads and at Renault-NissanAlliance test tracks.

• During production: the TALISMAN is made at Renault’s Douai plant which has been transformed andmodernised, with significant investment in human and material resources. This factory now makes high-endRenault models and is targeting the best quality standards.

• During launch: when it comes to the relationship it enjoys with its customers, Renault is targeting genuineexcellence at all the decisive moments of their journey, from the brand’s website and bespoke MyRenaultsmartphone options, to the service provided at dealerships (new Renault Store showroom concept – 1,300already operational worldwide) and all other touch points.

Quality-made in France at Renault’s Douai factory:

A focus on high-end production

Capital outlay for the TALISMAN programme totalled €420 million which was invested in the Douaifactory, notably to introduce hot-stamping technology, a new light tunnel for the paint shop and a new‘War Room’ quality optimisation procedure. Renault Douai has developed a ‘premium’ inspection processwhich involves examining vehicles as they come off the line and carrying out final adjustments asnecessary. Staff at Douai benefited from a specific training programme, which culminated in theawarding of a ‘high-end production’ certificate for those who attended. Over the last two years, theyhave received some 200,000 hours of training.

Focus on the paint finish quality of TALISMAN: a process designed to appealA car’s finish is a key parameter when it comes to how customers perceive exterior quality. From the bare metalstage to the final lustre, achieving an impeccable result is a process that can be divided into four steps.1/ ‘Bathing’ and ‘Peeling’Assembled bodies are cleaned and degreased by spraying and dipping. Cataphoretic anticorrosion protection isapplied by electroplating.2/ ‘Treatment’The TALISMAN is then made watertight thanks to the application of sealants. A bitumen coating is also sprayedonto parts of the body where sound is likely to resonate to optimise soundproofing. Under the body, reboundcapable plastic stone chip protection is applied. Visible weld seams are covered with finishing filler and panelcentring holes are sealed off. Finally, liquid wax heated to 80°C is injected into the underbody hollow sections topermit a 12-year anticorrosion warranty.3/ ‘An even complexion’A basecoat ensures that the paint is applied efficiently. Its covering capacity allows irregularities in the bodysurface to be erased and any orange peel effect to be avoided. Three shades of undercoat are available (white,light or dark) depending on the final paint colourto be applied.This ensures thatthe colouris uniform in the caseof a stone chip. After the sealants and basecoat have been applied,the next stage is the paint oven.4/ ‘Blush’The TALISMAN then passes into another shop where it is cleaned with emu bird feathers. Emu feathers arecomprised of microfibers that are an incomparable means to remove dust from the body’s surface. Two topcoats are applied using the rotary bell process which has been introduced for the production of high-end modelsatthe Douai plant.Automated turbines are equipped with bowl-shaped receptacles that are filled with the exactamount of paint required for a single layer. They rotate at 55,000rpm to reduce the paint into very small dropletswhich are ionized by an electrical charge of 90,000 Volts and subsequently sprayed onto the car which isstanding on anodes. In this way, the paint is electrostatically sprayed with no loss. Metallic and pearlescentfinishes are obtained by the addition of mica, aluminium or nacre to the paint. A high-durability lacquer is thenapplied to ensure a high-resistance gloss finish with UV- and scratch-resistant properties.

Focus on the paint finish quality of TALISMAN: a process designed to appeal

A car’s finish is a key parameter when it comes to how customers perceive exterior quality. From the bare metalstage to the final lustre, achieving an impeccable result is a process that can be divided into four steps.

1/ ‘Bathing’ and ‘Peeling’

Assembled bodies are cleaned and degreased by spraying and dipping. Cataphoretic anticorrosion protection isapplied by electroplating.

2/ ‘Treatment’

The TALISMAN is then made watertight thanks to the application of sealants. A bitumen coating is also sprayedonto parts of the body where sound is likely to resonate to optimise soundproofing. Under the body, reboundcapable plastic stone chip protection is applied. Visible weld seams are covered with finishing filler and panelcentring holes are sealed off. Finally, liquid wax heated to 80°C is injected into the underbody hollow sections topermit a 12-year anticorrosion warranty.

3/ ‘An even complexion’

A basecoat ensures that the paint is applied efficiently. Its covering capacity allows irregularities in the bodysurface to be erased and any orange peel effect to be avoided. Three shades of undercoat are available (white,light or dark) depending on the final paint colourto be applied.This ensures thatthe colouris uniform in the caseof a stone chip. After the sealants and basecoat have been applied,the next stage is the paint oven.

4/ ‘Blush’

The TALISMAN then passes into another shop where it is cleaned with emu bird feathers. Emu feathers arecomprised of microfibers that are an incomparable means to remove dust from the body’s surface. Two topcoats are applied using the rotary bell process which has been introduced for the production of high-end modelsatthe Douai plant.Automated turbines are equipped with bowl-shaped receptacles that are filled with the exactamount of paint required for a single layer. They rotate at 55,000rpm to reduce the paint into very small dropletswhich are ionized by an electrical charge of 90,000 Volts and subsequently sprayed onto the car which isstanding on anodes. In this way, the paint is electrostatically sprayed with no loss. Metallic and pearlescentfinishes are obtained by the addition of mica, aluminium or nacre to the paint. A high-durability lacquer is thenapplied to ensure a high-resistance gloss finish with UV- and scratch-resistant properties.

A new application for the Common Module Family(CMF) architecture

The Common Module Family (CMF) project is founded on the principle of using a shared architecture for severalAlliance vehicle families, covering several segments of the range. The key is the use of big modules which eachmake up a different part of the vehicle: front and rear sub-frames, cockpit, engine compartment, electricarchitecture and electronics. Two or three versions of these modules are available but they all have the samestandard component architecture. They can consequently be combined to produce a saloon car, an SUV or asporting model, depending on the need.The CMF architectures and big modules will allow the Alliance to benefit fully from the economies of scale thatall manufacturers are seeking to achieve.The TALISMAN shares its big modules with the new ESPACE and the advantages are enhanced quality andreliability, plus being able to enhance the specification with attributes the customer will appreciate – madepossible by the modules’ reduced production costs.

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Renault

Prezzi:

Benzina:

1.6 Energy TCe EDC (150 CV):

Zen: 30.700€

1.6 Energy TCe EDC (200 CV):

Intens: 34.600€

IniTiale Paris: 41.500€

Diesel:

1.6 Energy dCi (130 CV):

Zen: 31.200€

Intens: 33.100€

1.6 Energy dCi EDC (130 CV):

Zen: 32.800€

Intens: 34.700€

1.6 Energy dCi EDC (160 CV):

Intens: 36.300€

IniTiale Paris: 43.200€

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Topic Wagon: freccina19rossaiy0.gif Renault Talisman Sporter 2016

Modello Precedente (1): freccina19rossaiy0.gif Renault Laguna M.Y. 2013

Modello Precedente (2): freccina19rossaiy0.gif Renault Latitude Facelift 2013

Primissima impressione positiva, mi aspettavo che i fari posteriori venissero meglio degli anteriori e invece imho è stato l'opposto.

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Un po' passat all'anteriore, quelle lacrime nei fari anteriori non mi entusiasmano e forse ci sono troppe "onde" sul cofano.

Ma il logo è sempre stato così enorme sulle vetture?

La vedo un po' poco renault... Sarà per questo che non mi dispiace?

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boh...a me il "ghirigoro" cromato dell'anteriore sembra proprio una mossa della "disperazione" volta a dare una qualche originalità (parola forte) ad un'anteriore altrimenti scialbo e insignificante.....

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Questa sostituisce la Laguna?

Abbandona certi "virtuosismi" di design tipici nelle francesi per un design più ordinario, non sembra malaccio.

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Primissima impressione positiva, mi aspettavo che i fari posteriori venissero meglio degli anteriori e invece imho è stato l'opposto.

Vista da qua fa venire il mal di mare. Sicuri che fossero sicuri quando si sono fatti tutti i modelli di simulazione????

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