The Renault Fluence has not been out on the market for a long time yet - the official presentation of the model dates back to September 2009 - but since Renault has already begun changing the design language adopted by its whole range, it was just a matter of time before it would have been the Fluence’s turn to get under the knife for the necessary facelift.
As we can see on these photos, the Fluence will also take the chance to get a new front end with a completely re-designed front bumper, while the huge Renault symbol embedded in the grille is just what the current fashion trend within the French house dictates. The headlights will also undergo some serious upgrades, and this time around the mandatory LED day lights strips will not be missing.
At the back the changes look pretty small in the comparison to what’s going on at the front: the rear bumper doesn’t really look that different from the one sported by the outgoing generation, although the fact that the rear lights are cammoed could mean that they will get some sort of changes in the graphic, at least.
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