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2 Seater Roadster?

The original Laguna concept car was debuted by Renault in 1990, and was a 2-seat roadster. When the road going Laguna debuted 3 years later it was completely unrelated to the Laguna concept car, and rather than the sporty concept Renault had hinted at, was instead a large family car. Since the launch in 1993 there has been three incarnations.

Shared Roots

The latest version of the Laguna hit showrooms in 2007, and shares its platform with the Nissan Altima, Teana, and Murano. This is just another example of the close ties between Nissan and Renault. The third Laguna was given a facelift at the end of 2010. The newest styling is far sharper and more aggressive than the older model, and has been well received by the motoring press.