Although no details aside from confirmation of the Koleos name's revival accompany the image, we already know that under the Renault-Nissan alliance the Koleos will be made on Nissan X-Trail underpinnings.
The car's expected reveal at the Beijing motor show suggests that it will go on sale firstly in China before it reaches European markets next year.
A series of teaser videos released earlier this week and spy shots of the Koleos testing earlier this year previewed the Koleos's exterior styling, which adopts the same front-end treatment as the Mégane and Talisman models, with intricate light design incorporated into a full-width bar which also houses the front grille and Renault badge.
Another teaser video hinted at the interior of the car, albeit a high-spec Koleos, with brown leather upholstery.
Like its Mégane and Talisman stablemates, the LED daytime running lights of the Koleos extend down below the main light clusters in a C-shape.
The name Maxthon was circulated alongside early sightings of the Koleos, but Renault's continued use of the moniker elsewhere made the adoption of a new name unlikely.
The Koleos isn't expected to reach UK shores until next year, and Renault remains tight-lipped on details ahead of the car's official debut. We expect the Koleos to closely match the price of its Nissan X-Trail cousin, just as the Renault Kadjar does with the Nissan Qashqai. This means a starting price of around £23,000 is likely.