What kind of platform does a Renault Clio RS use?
Renault Clio RS (pre-facelift) The third generation Clio was unveiled at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Clio III uses the Nissan B platform, co-developed with Nissan (which Renault has a share in), that is shared with the Renault Modus, the Nissan Micra and the Nissan Note.
What is the difference between the Clio Williams 1 and 2?
The differences between the three versions of the Williams were largely a reflection of phase changes across the Clio range, e.g. the gradual addition of enhanced safety features and cosmetic variations. Other than this, the Williams 1 and 2 had no sunroof and were painted in 449 Sports Blue.
What makes the Clio R3T so special?
The sophisticated suspension – part of it taken from the Clio R3T rally car – means there’s virtually no body roll, either. The car’s wider track, rear wing and track-focused tyres mean you’re certainly not short on grip, so you can power out of turns with that thumping 271bhp motor.
What kind of engine does a renrenault Clio have?
Renault also released a hot hatch version of the Clio in 1991. It was aesthetically very similar, but with the addition of a 110 PS (81 kW) 1.8 L eight-valve engine, side skirts and disc brakes on all wheels. This, with multi-point fuel injection, was badged as the RSi.
What is the new Clio rally?
After five years of intense competition on national rallies, Clio R3T is giving way to New Clio Rally, which will be part of the Clio Trophy France held in five flagship events of the French FFSA Asphalt Rally Championship. The first Clio Trophy France championship winner will be offered an official rally sports program in 2021.
When did the Renault Clio II come out in Argentina?
In October 2012, a new version of the Clio II, called Clio Mío, was introduced at the São Paulo Motor Show, featuring the brand’s new design theme. Intended to be the lowest priced Renault model available in Latin America, it was manufactured in Córdoba, Argentina, and featured additional styling and equipment updates.