Take a French classic, add a modern electric powertrain and, voila! here’s an interesting concept.
Good looks, modern, high-tech interior and comfortable ride define the new generation Renault Clio.
The 2019 Renault Koleos isn’t perfect but it offers great value for the money.
As a road car, it might not be to everyone’s liking. Take it to a track, though, and its brilliance shines through.
The Renault Logan and Duster will be assembled in Nigeria, while the Kwid and Oroch will be imported from Brazil.
The EV racer will compete at altitudes of over 2,000 meters and at temperatures below 15 degrees Celsius.
Based on the Zen trim level, the Koleos Formula Edition brings a sportier appearance and is limited to 400 units.
Renault’s coupe SUV offers two engine choices, manual and CVT transmissions, as well as front- and all-wheel drive.
Renault’s F1 driver used the handbrake a lot in the Megane RS Trophy-R during the Goodwood Hill Climb.
It’s not as agile through corners as the Ford Fiesta, but provides a good balance between comfort and performance.
The most hardcore Renault Megane is still the 911 GT3 of hot hatches.
After finishing in the top 10 in Canada and France, Renault’s upgraded RS19 struggled in Austria.