One of the starring features of the latest Renault Megane Coupe is its looks, according to one reviewer.
Sam Philip states for Top Gear that the Megane Coupe is a "handsome enough thing", through its slanted roofline and a "pair of big shiny air vents" situated at the head of the vehicle.
Meanwhile, he adds that the coupe benefits from a range of changes from the more conventional five-door Megane.
Mr Philip reveals that it is a lot "sharper" on the road thanks to a firmer suspension, while the ride height is lowered by 12 millimetres.
Furthermore, the vehicle is able to accelerate from still to 62 miles per hour in 7.8 seconds and the reviewer remarks that "there are plenty of worse cars to punt down a windy road".
However Mr Philip highlights that the car has suffered some sacrifices to improve its look, particularly as the seats are a little cramped in the back and not much can be seen through the rear window.
Renault states that the new Megane Coupe is "sporty, exclusive and has exciting style".