The evocatively named Talisman ticks all the boxes that D-segment customers have come to appreciate, while taking 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’s class, 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-free parking.
- Innovations for intense enjoyment: Multi-Sense technology to match the mood of the driver. The Talisman is the only D-segment saloon car to combine 4Control® four-wheel steering with active damping, allowing it to deliver unique road manners, plus safe, dynamic, agile handling, and outstanding ride comfort.
The Talisman is built to the very highest quality standards and meticulous attention has been paid to every detail, including, notably, the depth and lustre of its paint.
Low running costs, plus low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions also figure prominently amongst the Talisman’s core strengths.
The Renault Talisman, together with the Estate version – which features the same qualities as the saloon – is poised to play an active part in the renewal and upgrading of Renault’s high-end range. Both vehicles will be manufactured at the firm’s Douai plant in France.
Following its unveil to the media on 6th July, 2015, the Renault Talisman – along with the Estate version – will be presented at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, which opens its gates to the public on 17th September.
The Talisman will be available for sale in Europe at the end of the year.
At this stage the Renault Talisman is only available in left hand drive and as such is not on the agenda for Renault Australia.