The all-new Renault Espace has returned in a fresh batch of spy photos, prior to what is believed to be an official launch at the Paris Motor Show in October.

The all-new Renault Espace has returned in a fresh batch of spy photos, prior to what is believed to be an official launch at the Paris Motor Show in October.

Renault's fifth-gen Espace has the potential to become the most stylish MPV ever made and it seems its design will closely mirror the exciting Initiale Paris concept from last year's Frankfurt Motor Show. The shape of the car is virtually identical and through the camouflage we notice it will boast LED headlights and taillights.

We also catch a glimpse of the driver's door which doesn't impress us in any way but it should be noted Renault has announced the 2015 Espace will mark the debut of the range-topping Initiale Paris trim so expect a more upscale fit and finish for the large people carrier.

As far as technical details are concerned, the vehicle will use the CFM1 modular platform and will likely be powered by 4-cylinder turbocharged gasoline and diesel engines.

A public debut will occur early October at the Paris Motor Show but most likely the 2015 Espace is going to be revealed online a few weeks before that.

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2015 Renault Espace spied once again, shows front-left door