Based on the Samsung SM5, the Latitude is destined to become the flagship model in Russia. It features conservative styling and a high-tech interior.
Renault has unveiled to the public the 2011 Latitude at the Moscow Motor Show.
Based on the Samsung SM5, the Latitude is destined to become the flagship model in Russia. It measures 4,887mm long, 1,832mm wide, 1,483mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,762mm.
Styling details include adaptive bi-xenon headlights, LED taillights, chrome accents, and an optional panoramic glass sunroof.
Inside, the Latitude boasts a driver's seat massager (with four settings), tri-zone automatic climate control, TomTom navigation, and a Maybach Zeppelin-like air quality management system with an air ionizer and a fragrance diffuser.
Under the hood, several different engines will be avalible. Petrol choices include a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 102 kW (139 PS / 137 hp) and a 2.5-liter V6 with 130 kW (177 PS / 174 hp). On the diesel side, there's a 2.0-liter dCi with 127 kW (173 PS / 170 hp) and a V6 dCi with 177 kW (240 PS / 237 hp).
The Latitude will go on sale in 50 countries starting in September. The European version will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show.
Check out the press release for additional information