The new Renault Twingo RS will go on sale from the middle of March 2012. The rear end of the car features a tailgate-mounted lip spoiler, a special bumper incorporating a diffuser and aerodynamic extensions on the rear wheel arches. It is powered by a 1.6-liter 16V RS engine that is capable of delivering 133 horsepower and 160 Nm of torque. The carmaker equipped its new model will big brakes: 280 mm-diameter front discs and 240 mm-diameter rear discs. Also, the new Twingo RS boasts low CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. The model is supported by a network of 350 Renault Sport specialist dealers across the world, for expert servicing dedicated to performance cars. The new Twingo adds a touch of refinement to the Renault Sport range.
Renault has announced a facelift for the the Twingo RS which also includes the Gordini R.S. version.
Following the launch of New Renault Twingo at the start of the year, this spring will see Renault Sport bring out New Twingo R.S., as well as the latest Gordini R.S. version:
Genuine sporty credentials
New Twingo R.S., which will go on sale from mid-March 2012, features the sporting interpretation of Renault's new styling identity, including a dynamic grille design with four lights and a front bumper incorporating an F1-style blade. This detail, which now runs across the Renault Sport range, recalls Renault's success in Formula 1. The hallmark Sirius Yellow finish will be available as an option from the end of May. The rear end of the car features a tailgate-mounted lip spoiler, a special bumper incorporating a diffuser and aerodynamic extensions on the rear wheel arches. Also available is a Design Pack which includes Grey/Dark Gunmetal Grey door mirror housings, F1 blade and R.S. lip spoiler, plus chrome details for the fog light surrounds. It will also be possible to specify new 16-inch 'Emotion' alloy wheels complete with 'R.S.'-badged centre caps which proudly proclaim the car's pedigree.
Trademark Renault Sport yellow stitching will feature inside New Twingo R.S. (on the steering wheel, seats and dashboard cowl), while the dashboard, radio console, rev-counter housing and lateral air vents all come with Gloss Black inserts. The top of the steering wheel, seat backs and cushions, rev-counter surround and manual climate control controls are picked out in white.
Renault Sport expertise
New Twingo R.S. brings the driving enjoyment and sporty performance associated with Renault Sport Technologies' experience of motorsport to an even wider audience:
Despite its exceptional performance credentials for its class, New Twingo R.S. boasts low CO2 emissions (150g/km, a saving of 3.2 percent compared to the former version) and fuel consumption (6.5 litres/100km, a saving of 3.0 percent).
A promise of quality supported by a network of specialists
Since its launch in September 2008, Twingo R.S. has emerged as a top-three seller in its class (A segment / Very High Performance), with sales totalling more than 10,000 vehicles.
Like its bigger sisters, Clio R.S. and Megane R.S., New Twingo R.S. is supported by a network of 350 Renault Sport specialist dealers across the world, for expert servicing dedicated to performance cars.
Twingo Gordini R.S.: the ?French Touch', plus premium features as standard
Thanks to its instantly recognisable style, 17-inch diamond-effect black wheels, leather trim and automatic climate control, New Twingo Gordini R.S. defines sporty chic in imitable fashion with its twin stripes. In addition to the blue interior option, a new grey interior can now be specified, irrespective of body colour (Malte Blue, Glacier White, Pearlescent Black or Vif Red). New Twingo Gordini R.S. adds a touch of refinement to the attraction of the Renault Sport range.
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