On the eve of the Grand Prix Formula 1 in Monaco, 2018-2019 Renault unveiled a concept sports car Twin’Run, reports Autocar.
Extreme motosportivnaya concept is equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 engine rated at 316 horsepower on race Megane Trophy.
Appearance model is inspired by the classic 2018-2019 Renault 5 Turbo, but is also designed to give an idea about the design of a new generation sitikar 2018-2019 Renault Twingo.
Unveiled in Monaco Double Twin’Run was the second prototype of the Twingo, but if the first model – which debuted in April of electric Twin’Z – stressed urban attributes of the future sitikar 2018-2019 Renault, the Twin’Run aims to demonstrate its dynamism and traditional sporting spirit of the brand.
Engine model mounted longitudinally in front of the rear axle.
His output is 316 horsepower at 6800 rpm and a maximum torque of 380 Nm is available at 4850 rpm.
The unit works with a six-speed sequential gearbox SADEV transmission and limited slip differential.
The 2018-2019 Renault reported that a small mid-engined rear-drive Twin’Run can accelerate from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 4.5 seconds and its top speed is 249 kilometers per hour.
The concept car weighs just 950 kilograms thanks to a tubular frame and a body made of fiberglass.
The front splitter, roof, rear air vents and wheel arches of the car is made of carbon fiber.
The rear wing is designed in such a way as to maximize downforce at high speeds.
Although the silhouette hints at the style Twin’Run sitikar Twingo next generation concept car received a three-door body, rather than the five-door, which will have the serial car.
Salon concept car is a cross between a maximally simplified cockpit race car and sports car internals.
Sparco racing seats are equipped with seat belts, and the doors and dashboard are upholstered in black and red suede effect Alcantara.
Gear lever and handbrake as close to the steering wheel. 5.5 inch LCD -Screen displays information about vehicle speed, engine speed, and transmission, as well as fuel, and the clutch oil pressure.
2018-2019 Renault Chief Operating Officer Carlos Tavares drove Twin’Run driving around the track in Monte Carlo, accompanied by the Maxi 5 Turbo 2018-2019 Renault car under control of the legendary rally driver Jean Ragnotti, who took an active part in the development Twin’Run chassis.