The all-new fourth generation Renault Megane has made a comeback in a fresh batch of spy photos.

The all-new fourth generation Renault Megane has made a comeback in a fresh batch of spy photos.

Spotted testing in southern Europe alongside the Laguna/Latitude replacement, Renault’s overhauled Megane hatchback was still wearing a full exterior camouflage hiding the sleeker body, but the good news is the interior was undisguised. The quality of the attached image is far from being great, but nevertheless it allows us to see the new Megane is getting a whole new interior cabin derived from the latest Espace.

It has a smaller touchscreen display compared to the stylish MPV while the center stack doesn't seem to adopt the same glossy black finish which obviously is a fingerprint magnet. Elsewhere, there's a new three-spoke steering wheel, a six-speed manual gearbox, seats with great lateral support, conventional handbrake, vertical air vents and a regular ignition switch.

Based on the CMF platform developed by the Renault-Nissan alliance, the Megane IV will be unveiled in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show and should go on sale before the end of the year.

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