Renault previewed its Megane II with an exclusive show on the Champs-Elysées, one week before launching worldwide. For this show, the vehicles seemed to float on a surface whose colors changed during the course of the day.
Periodically, the counds of racing engines zoomed across the room, followed by a bright flash. To accomplish these effects, the designers used an Alcorn McBride Digital Binloop, V16+ and Light-Cue. The Light-Cue contains more than 6 hours of DMX recordings, while the V16+ controls the special effects and audio, as well as the changing environment throughout the day.