Friday, June 10, 2011

Renault Megane RS Trophy

Renault unveils official photos and technical specifications of the new Megane RS Trophy, the most current version of the sports hatchback French. The car is now driven by a pumped version of the 2.0 turbo 4 cylinder to the Megane RS dowry smooth, the engine delivers now 265 hp (+15) and a maximum torque of 360 Nm (+20), available from 3000 to 5000 rpm .

Numbers that guarantee the vehicle a very interesting power to weight ratio of 9.5 kg / hp. Alpine engineers have worked to ensure that the engine is even more ready for high speeds, and now the maximum working pressure of the turbocharger is 2.5 bar (+0.2) and there is also a new exhaust system designed to reflect the higher pressures and temperatures.

The car eats up the 0-100 km / h in just 6 seconds (-0.1) and reaches a top speed of 254 km / h (+4), covering the 0000-1000 meters in 04.25 seconds (-0.3). In addition to the frame "Cup" with mechanical self-locking front differential, the Trophy is equipped with new high-performance tires, the Bridgestone Potenza RE050A, which increase the already high qualities of stability and grip of the car.

In view of the increased performance, the car says an average consumption of 8.2 L/100 km (-0.2) and emissions of CO2 contained in 190 g / km (-5 g / km). Megane Trophy The RS is distinguished visually from the "normal" RS because of the roof in black paint, for the specific badge on the new rear spoiler and alloy wheels for specific 19 "Gloss Black with red piping Steev.

The car also introduces the new Croma "Sirius Yellow" metallic, highly appreciated by customers of the French sports. Alternatively you can opt for paints Glacier White, Black and Etoile Cassiopée Grey. Inside the Trophy is characterized by beautiful Recaro sports seats and the display mounted on the center console that functions as an indicator of the lap times and performance.

It will be produced 500 with a price in France start from € 35,500. You will be able to see it live on June 17th in the Renault Sports Day program at the Nurburgring.

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