Motorists who were not particularly fans of the look of the previous Renault Megane may be interested to know that the latest version of the vehicle has undergone some large-scale changes.
Carpages has revealed that the Renault Megane Hatch has seen the most noticeable changes, both at the front and rear of the vehicle.
The publication remarks that the Megane is "no longer shakin’ its rear end", with the back of the vehicle now looking more mature, thanks to wraparound taillights and a convex rear window.
Meanwhile, some clever changes to the front of the vehicle help to give the car a more curvaceous look, with curvy light clusters helping to enhance the appearance of the grille.
Furthermore, on the road, the vehicle is capable of accelerating from still to 62 miles per hour in 9.5 seconds, while a top speed of 127 miles per hour can also be registered.
According to Renault, the latest Megane Hatch takes "style, power and reliability further than ever before".