After the hatchback, coupé and estate, Renault will release a Coupé–Cabriolet version of its third-generation Mégane model. It is to be built alongside the Scénic and Grand Scénic models in Douai, France.
The Mégane Coupé–Cabriolet has a folding hardtop, but with a difference: this time, the roof is all glass, with a transparent glazed area of 0·47 m² (the largest in the segment, claims Renault). The top folds in 21 seconds.
There are three petrol and three diesel engines at launch for the UK market, along with a dual-clutch system that aims to decrease carbon dioxide emissions.