Renault reveals Laguna Coupé Monaco GP specialLimited edition gets new look, kit and savings.

23 April 2010

Renault Laguna Coupe Monaco GP

Special edition Monaco GP Laguna gets unique monochrome colour scheme

Renault has announced a limited edition Laguna Coupé called the Monaco GP – with individual looks, extra equipment and big savings.

The Renault Laguna Monaco GP is based on the existing Coupé GT model with 2.0-litre dCi 180 turbodiesel engine. It comes in a single colour combination, and includes an impressive array of extra kit.

Distinctive looks

The most eye-catching feature is certainly the paint. Pearlescent White bodywork is complemented by a Pearlescent Black roof, black 18-inch alloy wheels and black wing mirrors, giving the Monaco GP a distinctive look.

Renault Laguna Coupe Monaco GP

The car is available to order now, with deliveries in July

On the inside it features dark grey leather upholstery as standard, complete with Monaco GP logo and gloss white trim inserts for the dashboard, centre console and door panels.

Satnav, Bose stereo and Bluetooth

As with the regular GT model, four-wheel steering comes as standard – making the Laguna Coupé Monaco GP easier to manoeuvre at low speeds, faster on a B-road and more stable at speed on the motorway.

In addition to this, the Monaco GP also benefits from Bluetooth, Bose stereo, electric heated front seats, MP3 player connection, front and rear parking sensors, tyre pressure monitor and Renault’s Carminat TomTom satellite navigation system.

Cheaper than standard

The Renault Laguna Monaco GP special edition is available to order now, with first deliveries in July ahead of production ending in September.

It’s priced at £24,995. That's £2,005 less than a regular Laguna GT turbodiesels, and represents a total saving of £5,200 when you include all the additional equipment.

An interesting alternative to a Volkswagen Scirocco TDI.


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