The Renault Talisman is a large family car produced by the French Renault. Renault Talisman sold in South Korea as the Renault Samsung SM6. Renault executives said that as the new Espace V crossover, it will not be designed for right-hand drive markets such as the UK, Ireland, Malta, Cyprus, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand, due to the decline in the traditional sedan market. The design of the Talisman was followed by the Megane IV.
The saloon version of the Renault Talisman was first unveiled on 6 July 2015 at the Château de Chantilly by Renault’s CEO Carlos Ghosn, with an estate version scheduled to be revealed at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The two versions are reportedly codenamed LFD and KFD. The Talisman is based on the CMF CD platform, developed jointly by Renault and Nissan, and the second Renault car use due to the Espace. The use of the new platform is aimed at Talisman production volume advantage that its predecessor (Laguna) never reached.
Renault Talisman Design
Renault Talisman is slightly larger than the Laguna, with a lower center of gravity. Renault has focused on the design, equipment, and comfort with the aim to win back market share visit in the large family car segment.Daimler staff car factory in Douai and input on quality control and perceived quality. According to Renault staff, they wanted the car “fluid and emotional” aspect of giving smaller models of the company. They also try to reach a more “classic” styling than those used for its predecessor with the aim of achieving a greater market share of the business fleet. Talisman is the first midsize Renault saloon since the Renault 18 in the 1980s for which no hatchback body is available either as standard or as an option.
The Renault Talisman is a draft executive car design to the 1995 Renault Initial Draft line by Renault chief designer Patrick le Quément and it is set at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2001 became the first sketches in early 2000, and the first is referred to as Renault Z12. There was 4 final 1/5 scale models and a judging team, led by Patrick le Quément chose this coupe.
Renault Talisman is designed to end up as a 3-door 2+2 coupe with four comfortable seats, but with only 2 Gullwing doors and a coupe-style. It applies the “Touch Design” concept, where the main goal is too soft and ergonomic making materials and controls. On 20 June 2001, the vehicle, named “Talisman”, previously referred to as Renault Z12.
The equipment is formed by LCD screens instead of mirrors, GPS and even a Tag Heuer watch in the middle of the plate. The board slides on the provision of access to a giant glove. The seats are colored dark red, and strangely enough, the seat belts are attached to the opposite side of each car, on the left to the right seat and the right for the left one. Four massive 380 mm (15.0 in) 6-pistons disc brakes are in charge of stopping the car. There are also located two metal suitcases in the Renault Talisman and sticking to it.