The Renault Talisman Has Got An Exclusive Sports S-Edition

Thanks to its refined, elegant style, smooth running and excellent handling, comfortable interior and exceptional dynamic qualities, the Renault Talisman almost immediately became one of the most popular cars for traveling in the European market.

At the Geneva Motor Show this year, the lineup again attracts attention due to a premiere of the new sports limited Talisman S-Edition.

The Renault Talisman S-Edition, which is based on the Intens package (includes ADAS, Multi-Sense, massage chairs and much more), combines a sporty style and exclusive solutions, and is equipped with a fully-controlled 4Control chassis and an electronic shock absorber control system, providing an exceptionally smooth driving.

The sports style of the Talisman S-Edition is emphasized by 19-inch Alizarine wheels. The model also features all-LED Pure Vision front lights, engraved chrome door sills, the S-Edition emblem on the wings and Etoilé Black side mirrors that form an incredibly exquisite look of the car.

The Talisman’s S-Edition interior has maintained a consistent style, despite the addition of clearly sports elements like black leather with a red stitching in the upholstery of the seats and the dashboard (as well as leather-covered steering wheel, gear selector and door inserts), gray-red embossed mats with S-Edition print, aluminum pedal pads and much more.

Thanks to the black upholstery of the ceiling, a special sports atmosphere is created in the cabin. At the same time, the Talisman S-Edition has retained a spacious interior, innovative technologies and high-quality finish of the classic Talisman model.

The Talisman offers several diesel engines to select from, as well as a new petrol TCe 225 with a seven-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission (EDC). The new engine provides more dynamic acceleration thanks to an output of 225 hp and a torque of 300 Nm.

The Talisman S-Edition will be on sale in Europe in September 2018.

The Talisman S-Edition offers a sporty style that our customers have been waiting for. The new 225-horsepower 1.8-liter engine demonstrates high capacity and smooth operation and provides even more fun with driving,

Sandra Gomez says, a director of D-segment programs.

Source: AUTO-Consulting