Renault Megane Monaco GP Coupe Cabriolet

The limited edition Monaco GP version of Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet is big on personality. Its unmistakeably sporty front end incorporates black headlight masks and a large air intake, while its sporting credentials are further emphasised by the models slick, classic stance and carefully balanced proportions. The exclusive Pearlescent White body colour is accentuated by Etoilé Black details which produce a ‘two-tone' effect reminiscent of a dinner suit.

The Gloss Black diffuser adds to the car's sporty appeal and is suggestive of the phenomenon of ground effect associated with the world of Formula 1. The cabin boasts a dark charcoal trim with contrasting Pearlescent White highlights, plus embroidered "Monaco GP" badging for the seats and carpet mats. The glass roof ensures a brightly lit interior whatever the time of year. 

The model's elegance is further enhanced by careful attention to detail. The door mirrors, diffuser and fog lamp surrounds are picked out in a Gloss Black finish. Meanwhile, inside the cabin, Pearlescent White is used for the dashboard trim strip, door panel inserts and centre console. Each car comes with an exclusive numbered plaque and "Monaco GP" badging on the body sides. Aluminium pedal covers and 17-inch Gloss Black Celsium alloy wheels round off the list of sporty appointments.

2012 Renault Megane Monaco GP Coupe Cabriolet Front Angle

The new limited edition version of Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet comes with a raft of useful equipment, including Carminat TomTom® Live navigation, automatic climate control, a hands-free Renault card and rear parking sensors.

Monaco in brief

The limited edition Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet Monaco GP symbolises Renault's historic association with the Automobile Club de Monaco.
Ever since François Repusseau's win on the Monte Carlo Rally in 1925 driving a Renault 40CV, the two partners have been united by common values and the same passion for motorsport.

A long-standing highlight of the Formula 1 season, the Monaco Grand Prix has been won on numerous occasions by Renault-powered cars (and most recently in 2011 by Sebastian Vettel). To help groom the F1 champions of tomorrow, Renault Sport also organises a Formula Renault 3.5 Series race through the streets of the Principality.

Source: Renault

Gallery: Renault Megane Monaco GP Coupe Cabriolet (2012)