This the new Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet, which completes the 18-month revamp of the entire range.
The Megane CC has the company's new frontal styling features, and the same sports bumper that's used on the Coupe version. A redesigned boot-lid incorporates the upper section of the new rear light clusters.
Its most striking feature, however, is the large folding glass roof, which is standard on all versions of the new model – it's also 10% bigger than that of the previous car's.
The tinted glass roof, satin-effect windscreen frame and waistline give the appearance of a cabriolet even when the roof is up.
Lowering the two-part glass roof takes just 21seconds.
The CC's interior largely follows that of the other Megane body-types, but also gets seats with additional support, a 'butterfly wing' door trim motif and a dark charcoal roof trim.
Top-down motoring is made more comfortable for the car's occupants by the fixed glass wind deflector, which can cut wind noise and turbulence at speeds up to 56mph.
The windscreen header-rail has been moved forward by 6cm to improve access and remove the 'cap' effect created by more steeply raked windscreens.
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