The flowing, uncluttered lines of Renault Laguna Coupé Monaco GP's elegant design express timeless beauty and sheer motoring enjoyment. There is no mistaking the legacy it has inherited from the Fluence concept car, nor its kinship with the show car originally revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007. Indeed, it shares the same basic colour scheme and class of the latter, with a pearlescent white body and interior trim details, exclusive 18-inch shadow black Interlagos aluminium alloy wheels, black exterior mirror housings, and visible grey stitching on the upholstery, dashboard, GT steering wheel and doors. Specific 'Monaco GP' badging can be seen on the body sides and grille, while the dark charcoal leather upholstery* also features embroidered 'Monaco GP' motifs.
Developed by Renault Sport Technologies, this ingenious system is standard equipment for Renault Laguna Coupé Monaco GP in association with a wide choice of engines. This groundbreaking innovation attracts customers who seek to benefit from the advantages of four-wheel steering. The nimble handling provided by the 4Control chassis both in built-up areas and on twisty roads out of town is worthy of that of a small city car (it has the same turning circle as a Clio).
Source: Renault Press Release