After the success of last season, Renault has announced it will sponsor Premier League football coverage on Sky Sports for the next three years, from the start of the 2019/20 season celebrating passion for football and the dedication of fans. To kick things off, Renault bring you a new series of TV idents featuring the ultimate dream team: the All-New CLIO, MEGANE R.S. and Thierry Henry.
Join us as we celebrate 'Getting You to the Game in Style'.
The All-New CLIO and MEGANE R.S. star as we stop at nothing to get you to the game in style. Starring Thierry Henry as 'The Transporter', the slickest getaway driver in town, helping football fans escape whatever stands in their way. In the new TV idents, we'll see Thierry rescue fans from their everyday commitments such as doing the weekly shop or going to the gym and getting them back to watch the game on time.
An icon, redefined.
30 years in the making and the Renault CLIO is back and better than ever before. Explore the seductive supermini and book a test drive today.
The Mégane R.S. model is high-performing, featuring a 4CONTROL four-wheel steering system, sport chassis with four hydraulic compression stops and a 1.8-litre turbo petrol engine. It also comes with some practical additions such as a 7-inch touchscreen. And then there’s the performance: 276bhp, 390Nm of torque, 6,000rpm.
The beautiful game
Football is a journey. For every victory, there’s a defeat, for every soaring high, a crushing low. But we wouldn’t have it any other way.
And just like any good match, the journey is more exciting when you’ve got someone to share it with. So, throughout the Premier League season, Renault will be partnering with Sky Sports to bring you a new series of TV adverts featuring the ultimate dream team: the Clio , Mégane R.S. and Thierry Henry.
We will be sponsoring Premier League football coverage on Sky Sports from the start of the 2018/19 season, including, live Saturday lunch time fixtures, Renault Super Sunday and Bank Holiday games.
Va Va Voom is back
In 2002, we teamed up with Thierry Henry for our ‘Va Va Voom’ advertising campaign – a series so popular that the phrase was added to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary.
Sixteen years and hundreds of games later, in 2018, Henry’s back. And he’s glad to be home.
“It feels great to reignite my long-standing ‘liaison’ with Renault,” says Henry. “Especially as I’m returning to the team during its first journey into football. Having played in stadiums across the world I know first-hand the passion fans have for both life and their favourite sport.
“I’m looking forward to helping Renault publicly celebrate this passion over the course of the Premier League season, while injecting some ‘Va Va Voom’ back into British football.”