Renaultsport

More details on Renault’s 217bhp Clio Cup racer

A fortnight ago we brought you the first images of Renault’s new 2013 Renault Clio Cup, based on the Clio Renaultsport 200 Turbo, which was launched at last month’s Paris Motor Show. Today Renault has confirmed its final specification and price.

First pictures of the new Renault Clio Cup

Still unsure about the all-new Clio’s 5-door body style? Reckon it looks a little.. dumpy? Perhaps you feel the Clio Renaultsport 200 Turbo has grown up too far and lost some of its predecessor’s impish charm? Well, before you decide, take a look at the new 2013 Clio Cup which made its first appearance at Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet last weekend, for the latest round of World Series by Renault.

Renault strikes gold with the New Clio Renaultsport 200 Turbo

The new Clio 4 is a big deal for Renault, it’s the mainstay of the range and the model which will fuel the car maker’s growth into new sectors, including their all-important electric vehicle Z.E. range, currently defined by the Twizy, Zoe and Fluence.

But before we get too sensible, let’s not forget that the Clio Renaultsport models are usually also the most fun cars to drive, so it’s good to see Renault using the new Renaultsport 200 Turbo as the flag-bearer for the new larger, but lighter Clio.

Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept revealed

Excitement is building prior to the official launch of Renault’s Alpine A110-50 Concept on tomorrow’s Monaco grand prix ‘rest day’, and whilst the images look great, it’s probably worth reflecting on the most recent models to be produced by Alpine’s Dieppe factory.

Twingo R.S. adopts Renault’s new styling

With more than 10,000 cars sold since its launch in September 2008, Twingo R.S. has emerged as one of the most popular Renaultsport models – further boosted by the Twingo Gordini R.S. in early 2010.

Now with the launch of the restyled Renault Twingo at the start of this year, it’s time for Renaultsport to receive the new styling cues.