Renault Espace – Europe’s first passenger car with body type minivan manufactured since 1984.
Renault Espace and was originally developed in 1970 by British designer Fergus Pollock. In 1988 the car was upgraded.
Renault Espace II debuted in 1991.
In 1995, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the production model and the involvement of Renault in F1 presented version of the Espace F1. The car uses a 3.5-liter V10 40V petrol engine with 700hp coming from the single race car Williams-Renault FW15C. Just like in Formula 1 race cars, the engine was mounted centrally, and power was transferred to the rear wheels through a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox.
Renault Espace III was introduced in 1996. In 1997, he was introduced to the production version of the seven-member, and in 1998 was modernized vehicle.
In 1998, a vehicle based on a project Espider.
Renault Espace IV was the first Espace constructed and built by Renault. It is made of a material which is at 90% can be used for recycling.
Auto was upgraded three times: in 2006 (Phase II), in 2010 (Phase III) and 2012 (Phase IV).
In 2006, the body refreshed styling, a system Carminat Navigation and Communication with a 7-inch monitor, Bluetooth system, and CD/MP3 player and new diesel 2.0 dCi 150 and 175hp.
In 2012, the expanded air intake in the bumper, modified radiator grille, side mirrors, uses a new navigation system, reversing camera, leather seats, an entertainment system with two LCD screens in the front headrests.