New Renault Scenic Cross Spied Winter Testing

Renault is cold weather testing a Scenic Cross at the Arctic Circle, wearing disguise around the front and rear bumper, as well as the wheel cases.

The original Renault Scenic RX from 2000 had four-wheel drive system, but the new model will just have the robust-looking bumpers, raised suspension and wider wheel arches.

The new Scenic Cross could get some new tech to make it better off road than the standard model, though it would still not be as good as the four-wheel drive and the production cars would be spinning their front tyres on snow just as this prototype did it in the Arctic Circle.

We expect the new Renault Scenic “Cross” to debut in March at the Geneva Motor Show.


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