Ten years after the Renault Kangoo's first public appearance, we can now present to you early spy-shots of the successor to the first generation, snapped during cold-climate testing close to the Arctic Circle.

Hopping into sight

Ten years after the Renault Kangoo’s first public appearance, we can now present to you early spy-shots of the successor to the first generation, snapped during cold-climate testing close to the Arctic Circle.

While dimensions won’t change much over the current model, the new Kangoo will be more modern in every aspect. From what can be seen so far it is clear that all windows, as well as the mirrors, will become bigger allowing a better overview. Also note the high-mounted taillights and the newly designed headlamp units.

With the 68- and 84-bhp dCi turbodiesels likely to be the biggest sellers, Renault will again offer a 75- and a 95-bhp petrol engine, too. We expect the car to be at the dealers in summer 2008.

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