The package includes special metallic paint available in Pearlescent Black, Cassiopée Grey and Platine Grey. Other exterior modifications include twin chrome exhaust pipes, 17in alloy wheels and a set of sportier bumpers that Renault refers to as a 'GT Look' pack.
In addition to unique exterior modifications, there are also bi-xenon headlights, rear parking sensors and cruise control. Inside, the car comes with a new automatic dual-zone climate control system and a 140W sound system from Arkamys, as well as six airbags.
The Black Edition is powered exclusively by Renault's frugal dCi 150 turbodiesel, which drives through a six-speed manual gearbox. The Laguna Coupe's carbon emissions are relatively low thanks to the small engine, coming in at around 157g of CO2/km . Meanwhile, its combined-cycle fuel consumption of almost 40mpg (6.0L/100km) gives it a theoretical range of more than 620 miles.
The starting price for the new version of the Laguna has been set at €29,500, with sales scheduled to kick off later this month.