After the hatchback, coupe and estate received Renault's new front fascia, the French marque is applying the same recipe on the Coupe-Cabriolet version.

After the hatchback, coupe and estate received Renault's new front fascia, the French marque is applying the same recipe on the Coupe-Cabriolet version.

Renault released a mild facelift for the Megane lineup back in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show when the hatchback, coupe and estate body styles got a lightly updated front fascia. Now, time has come for the unpopular Coupe-Cabriolet to receive a similar treatment which they say provides the car with a "unique al fresco motoring experience" when the top is down.

Another novelty is the addition of an R-Link multimedia system which encompasses a 7-inch display controllable via a joystick mounted on the center console. Renault says the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet continues to have the largest panoramic glass roof in its class and is optionally available with a removable mesh deflector screen.

Production of the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet takes place at Renault's factory in Douai, France plant where they also make the Scenic, Grand Scenic and Scenic Xmod. Sales of the modestly revised Megane Coupe-Cabriolet will kick off in January in Belgium, followed by more than 15 other markets starting March.

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