In the new fifth generation
Renault Espace, global lighting experts Hella has provided the combination rear
lamp a complex shape and equipped it with innovative LED technology. This
French crossover was first introduced as an “Initiale Paris” concept car at the
The new Espace now comes with
the two-part lamp that is embedded into the rear of the vehicle and the
tailgate as to remain a part of the complex design of the car. A visual
extension of the vehicle is achieved through the division of the lamp into two
parts. This effect is especially strong when the indicator is activated, which
is also horizontally embedded into both parts. In addition, the signature of
the light guide technology-based tail light highlights the overall appearance
of the crossover bypassing through the entire lamp in a powerfully curved line.
An auxiliary lens positioned
in front of the light guide adds further visual accents through the interplay
of brushed and smooth coatings. The brushed sections only partially allow the
light to pass, creating a similar visual effect as when light shines through an
ice cube. Hence, the design was named ‘Ice Cube Design.” Furthermore, the full
LED combination rear lamp features a chrome inlay, something that is typical
for vehicles produced by the French automaker (with the exception of the
back-uplight, all light functions use LEDs). Parallel to the indicator and stop
light, the inlay extends across both parts of the lamp. Finished with an
elegant, jet black piano lacquer, the combination rear lamp seamlessly blends
with the aesthetic of the vehicle.
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