ROME – Renault SA's new Espace minivan, which makes its public debut at this month’s Paris auto show, shares a “virtual” platform with the Laguna and Vel Satis sedans. Renault Espace employs magnesium for the steering wheel and seat frames Although all three cars are built on the same line and supplied by the same companies, the Espace minivan actually shares few parts with its sisters. Yves Dubreil, the director of all three M2S platform products, says only a few under hood ...

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