Design, She Said
Renault is introducing the new Grand Scenic today, so we’re going to take this opportunity to show some sketches that were made by the Renault design team during the development of the new Scenic, a team headed by Agneta Dahlgren, Groupe Renault’s Head of Design for C-Segment and Electric Vehicles, who, incidentally, was named Woman of the Year 2016 by WAVE (Women and Vehicles in Europe) last week.
Dahlgren has been with Renault since 1991 and was given the C-Segment assignment by Laurens van den Acker, senior vice president, Renault Corporate Design, in 2009.
So as for the sketches:
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