Renault’s coupe SUV offers two engine choices, manual and CVT transmissions, as well as front- and all-wheel drive.
Renault’s new crossover coupe takes after the BMW X4 and Merc GLC Coupe, albeit in a much more affordable form.
Essentially a rebadged Renault Arkana, the XM3 coupe SUV will enter production in Korea early next year.
An Arkana by Renaultsport is highly unlikely, yet someone has gone ahead and imagined it anyway.
The French car maker will eventually replace the existing Dacia models with its own.
It’s a show car for now, but the final production car arriving in 2019 should look very similar.
The Russia-made Renault Arkana crossover coupe will go on sale next year in global markets.