The 2016 Geneva Motor Show saw Renault take the wraps off the All-New Scenic, a striking, compact MPV with pioneering proportions and, in an unprecedented move, 20-inch wheels as the standard fitment across the range. It is now the turn of the new Grand Scenic to break cover and extend the Scenic line-up. The All-New Grand Scenic, a family vehicle par excellence, comes with either five or seven seats and features a fresh approach in term of its design. Cabin modularity and travelling comfort – which are two strengths that have helped to forge the Scenic’s reputation – have been thought through to ensure that the needs of families are met even more closely. A One Touch Folding Seat function allows the rear seats to be folded automatically to obtain a flat floor and facilitate loading. Meanwhile, the new Grand Scenic is 24cm longer than the new Scenic and consequently boasts extra boot space and carrying capacity compared with its sibling: 718dm3 VDA (five-seat version) for an extra 222dm3 VDA compared with the new Scénic.