Before the year is out, the company will add a longer seven-seat variant of the Scenic, possibly badged as the Grand Scenic once again. Renault will also launch a one-tonne ute, which will be based on the Nissan Navara. Expect the front and rear to be styled like the Alaskan concept, but toned down a notch or two. Joining it in Renault showrooms will be a C-segment sedan that will replace the Fluence. Based on the recently released Megane hatch and wagon, the new sedan will likely share body panels with its siblings, and may even just be badged as a Megane.