Renault Sport Launches R.S. Performance Line Of Custom Parts

Renault Sport customers will soon be able to customize their cars using official accessories sold under the R.S. Performance label.

The new product range kicks off with personalization options for the current Clio RS, although Renault Sport will extend the offer to other models, including the Megane RS. The custom parts cover all areas, from design to performance, and from tools to bucket seats. The R.S. Performance label consists of two different offerings complementary to each other.

The first is a line of accessories that “capture the essence of track racing” and targets enthusiasts looking to enhance their experience on the circuit. The second component is a line of derivatives that range from classic merchandising to workshop products.

For track driving only, the R.S. Performance label offers plenty of upgrades for the Renault Clio IV RS, which include style parts highlighted by the R.S. Performance bodywork kit. Inspired by the Clio R.S.16 concept, the aero package is available in a limited-edition run of 250 units.

Turini rims, available in Brilliant Black and Red, are also on offer, as are the full carbon lightweight bonnet and the Clio Cup wing kit. The list of performance parts is long and also consists of carbon fiber bucket seats, high-performance brakes and suspension systems, an exhaust line, anti-strut bar, and more.

For customers who like to get their hands dirty working on their car, the R.S. Performance label brings a full range of branded workshop products. A tool trolley, toolset, garage jack, tilting lift, limited-edition spray gun, and a torque wrench are on the menu.

Both lines of accessories for the current Clio RS are now available at the official online store at the renaultsport.com website, and at Renault’s dealership network.

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  • Shobin Drogan

    I love how small yet aggressive the styling on the clio is!

  • Gilligan Zyland

    There is only one option we want and it’s still missing. A manual gearbox.

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