At the IAA in Frankfurt in 1991 we were introduced to a special Renault study model: the Scénic Concept. At the time, it was promising in itself, but if we only knew what kind of success was coming.
In the United States they were there much earlier, but the 90s were the decade of the MPV in Europe. Renault already had the Espace and on the threshold of the 1990s it was well known that there might also be a need for a more compact MPV. That is why it put Anne Asensio in her twenties behind the drawing board to design a space car that catered to the wishes of the family, but especially the woman. The call for emancipation is nothing new in that regard. Assensio conjured up a special creation: the Scénic Concept. In AutoWeek 37 of 1991 we thought about it extensively, because this was more than just a fun finger exercise by Renault: “In the year …
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