July 20, 2015 at 1:58 PM

Too bad it seems we won't see it on our shores.




But you can still buy it as an import with a left side wheel.

Renault's spokeperson confirmed that there were no plans to bring the car to the UK as it was designed and engineered for left-hand drive and creating a right-hand drive has no sense as the costs would outweight the potential sales.

The successor of the Laguna, will come in several version and will bring the competition in the D-Segment by abandoning its traditional hatchback look.

In the meantime we can still hope, more information to come on the 6th of July for the full release.

To calm your impatience here is a video, you won't see much nevertheless the video is really nice