2018 Renault Mégane RS Review – The first photo of Renault’s competitor to the Ford Focus RS, Honda Civic Type R and Volkswagen Golf R has surfaced ahead of a predicted first appearance at the 2017 Method One Monaco Grand Prix later on this month. (It’s also thought to be making an look at the 2017 Goodwood Celebration of Speed in June.) The car is a new generation of the Mégane RS, with the development becoming handled by Renault Sports Cars. Renault’s high-performance road car section teased the hot hatch in March in an online video celebrating the milestone of one thousand Facebook or Twitter enthusiasts.
The new Mégane RS will maintain the front-wheel-drive setup of its precursor, although it will swap a three-door body for a more useful five-door shape. Judging by a test mule spotted last year, the new car will keep middle-mounted exhaust pipes. One more design theme will be a checkered flag routine for the LED daytime operating the lighting a signature element of Renault Sports Cars.Power will yet again result from a turbocharged inline-4, maybe with more than 300 horsepower. The extroverted
in its most intense Mégane RS 275 Trophy-R guise arrived with 275 hp. As mentioned, there will not be an all-wheel-drive system. Nevertheless, to further aid the managing, the car will be fitted with four-wheel steering. It will offer a dual-clutch transmission as a substitute for the regular manual. Undoubtedly Renault will focus on the Nürburgring record for front-wheel-drive cars with its most recent Mégane RS. The earlier model lapped the ‘Ring in 7:54.36 in 2014, but the time to beat as of these days is 7:43.8-achieved by Honda’s 2017 Civic Type R in April.