Vuković Motorsport, the business behind the World Touring Car racing-spec Mégane R.S, has developed an outrageous looking ‘track day’ version of the car for customers in partnership with Renault Sport


Those lucky enough to eventually take ownership of the stunning looking car, dubbed ‘TC4’, will be joining a very exclusive club – just 30 of them will be produced. 


Technical details released so far include:

  • Chassis: adjustable with modified suspension, reinforced brakes, conversion to two-wheel steering like the Mégane Trophy-R for lighter weight and a racier look and feel.
  • Engine: optimised cooling, larger-diameter turbo, revised mapping to increase power to 360 hp. Robotic gearbox with Efficient Dual Clutch. Specific handmade exhaust system by Vuković Motorsport.
  • Body kit: widened tracks, full wide body kit (the same as in competition) and wing. Bonnet optimised for cooling. Golden OZ Racing® wheels. Black and gold RS Performance graphic codes (logo on roof, side stripes, etc).


Renault Sport has said that each car can be personalised further on request. 


President of Vuković Motorsport, Milenko Vuković, explained:

 “The TC4 was developed to provide purists with all the adrenaline and speed they could wish for, allowing them to achieve an impressive level of performance on the track during their driving sessions.  It celebrates the technical partnership between R.S. Performance and Vuković Motorsport and is a true concentration of the know-how developed in TCR cars.  Based on the Mégane R.S., the modifications are designed to be as close as possible to the characteristics of the racing car, through transformations of the chassis, engine and bodywork.”

In it's own statement, Renault Sport said: “We’re very pleased to present this high-performance version developed by Vuković Motorsport, resulting from a strong technical partnership with shared values.


 “This TC4 is a track days version of the competition car entered in the race by Vuković Motorsport, designed for purists. It is a perfect symbol of the combination of our skills.” 


More details are anticipated in the near future but what we can tell R.S. enthusiasts is that the TC4 is most definitely not road legal! 


The TC4 follows on from TC1 and TC2 (Clio R.S.) and TC3 (Mégane R.S.) models – using specially developed Renault Sport Performance kits – during the past two years.