Benefiting from technologies developed for the racetrack, the R.S. and R.S. Line models are considered as flagship models for the Renault range.
Behind the wheel, hundreds of thousands of drivers form an international community who carries the passion for Renault Sport across the planet's roads.
The R.S. Line
The new R.S. Line signature offers more assertive sportiness to meet the needs of our customers who seek to stand out from the crowd with dynamic design.
The R.S. range
The R.S. range offers the best performance and uncompromising driving enjoyment: the best of Renault Sport.
A laboratory for new technological solutions, motorsport is the driving force behind our innovations.
Rather than reserving them for the race track, we include them in our standard vehicles so that you can enjoy ever more performance, reliability and driving pleasure.
4-wheel drive for more precision. This innovation allows rear-wheel steering using an electronic actuator.
The calibration carried out by Renault Sport engineers combines sportiness, dynamism and precision when cornering, for driving enjoyment and an experience like never before.
In just a few years, data acquisition systems have revolutionised the working methods of racing drivers. With R.S. Monitor, these technologies are now available for all!
Available with R-LINK, R.S. Monitor displays telemetric data from the vehicle's sensors (pressure, temperature, engine speed, steering wheel angle, etc.) in the form of digital manometers or graphs.
If you've always wanted perfect optimisation when starting, you'll love Launch Control. This electronic driving assistance system is specifically designed for this purpose: the engine torque is adjusted continuously to enjoy maximum grip, so that the wheels grip the tarmac without slipping.
R.S. performance goes beyond the chassis with this system that groups together 4 high-performance lighting functions in one unit:
Turbo ball bearing technology
Introduced to Formula One in 1977, Renault's pioneering turbo technology is now featured in most models in the R.S. and GT ranges.
In 2018, MEGANE R.S. adopted the new turbo "ball bearing" directly from modern F1. The turbine - which runs at nearly 200,000 rpm - is now mounted on a ceramic ball bearing.
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