The Renault Koleos is an evolution in automotive design and technology. With space that defies expectations and levels of comfort and finish that have to be experienced to be believed, Koleos sets the new standard in SUVs.
The Koleos is the latest evolution of Renault’s design philosophy ‘Emotion in Motion’. Laurens van den Acker, Renault Head of Design:
Pure Vision LED Headlights (Intens model only) and cornering function in fog lights for improved visibility in Renault Koleos.
The chrome inserts that start at the headlamps underline the vehicle’s dynamism and strength of character in an elegant and singular fashion.
If there is one feature that sums up Koleos’ ‘total comfort’ it’s the room for occupants sitting in the back. The Koleos has more rear passenger leg room than ever before. Yet there’s still a cavernous 458 litres of luggage space.
Renault's meticulous design philosophy and attention to detail applies to every aspect of the Koleos.
On board the Koloes, an intuitive world awaits. Driving data (speed, RPM, fuel consumption and more) is displayed on a personalisable 7-inch colour screen situated behind the steering wheel, in the driver’s line of sight.
Breaking in an Emergency, If a vehicle suddenly suddenly stops in front of you, a forward collision warning light and tone alerts you.
Simultaneously, the vehicle is actively preparing for emergency braking by bring the brake pads and discs closer together for maximum braking power in the minimum response time.
Koleos protects occupants with multi-stage, variable force deployment airbags. This variable deployment is determined by the severity of the accident and proximity of the driver and front passenger to the dash or steering wheel.
The Koleos detects vehicles entering your blind spot. An indicator light located on each wing mirror will warn you of any potential hazards.
Central to all Koleos technology is an 8.7” portrait touchscreen (Intens model shown) and 7” landscape on Zen. It’s a ’capacitive’ touchscreen, which means it’s easy to use. Simply drag, pinch, or swipe to navigate the same way you would a tablet or smart phone.