Renault just unveiled the Kadjar but that hasn't stopped executives from confirming plans for a larger seven-seat crossover.

Renault just unveiled the Kadjar but that hasn't stopped executives from confirming plans for a larger seven-seat crossover.

Speaking to Auto Express, Renault Chief Performance Officer and Sales & Marketing Director Jérôme Stoll said it's too early to talk about specifics but noted "we are specialists in the multi passenger vehicle [segment], we invented it, and now we are moving into the crossover [segment]."

While Stoll was coy on details, the magazine is reporting the crossover will be heavily influenced by the Nissan X-Trail. This isn't too surprising as the Kadjar is based on CMF platform that underpins the Nissan Qashqai.

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