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PostHeaderIcon Renault Clio

The much anticipated new 2019 Renault Clio city car finally showed its face. In an effort to move towards the premium spectrum of the city car segment (you know, where the A1 and the Mini reside), the new Renault Clio gained many of the design traits from the latest line of Renault vehicles such as the Talisman sedan and the Megane hatch. It showed its face before the imminent reveal at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year and it is a fundamentally better car than before. Yet, with the new platform, new engines, new interior, and new dimensions come new thinking as well. The new Clio is actually shorter compared to the predecessor. Lower too. But roomier inside. Somehow, Renault engineers achieved the Tardis effect with the new Cio and I will tell you how. First things first. Why the hell does it look so similar to its predecessor?

PostHeaderIcon Are Digital Instruments Coming to Affordable Cars? New Renault Clio Says Yes

There are a lot of things we don’t like about the incredibly fast pace at which the auto industry advances. But one thing we do like is the fact that this relentless pursuit of better and fancier means that we can now get tech features that were exclusive to high-end luxury cars only a few years ago in humble little hatchbacks. A good instance of this is the completely digital instrument binnacles which will soon be available with the new Renault Clio.

Just take a look at that dashboard. Not that long ago having digital switches and knobs for the air con system was considered the height of technology in a family hatchback. Now though, the new Renault Clio comes with not just a central screen but also a ‘Smart Cockpit’ digital instrument binnacle. And those are not any old screens, but a massive 9.3 inch tablet for the dashboard and an even bigger 10 inch monitor for the configurable instrument panel. And below these you get a wireless charger for your phone. We feel compelled to point this out again: this is not a Mercedes-Benz or a BMW. This is a small French hatchback you will be able to buy on a college student’s budget. Amazing!

Now, whether all that techie stuff are strictly necessary in a car of this size and class – or indeed any car – is besides the point. Granted, we have lived perfectly well with out cars for more than a hundred years without the benefit of fancy graphics in our binnacles. And it’s true that some of those flashy digital dials could prove to be distracting. But this kind of gimmicks are what people like these days, and the fact that we are able to have them in cheap cars is pretty cool. That means cheap cars are no longer going to be boring and sparse and horrible. That digital instrument alone is enough to cheer you up in the morning on the way to work.

Now that we are talking about the new Renault Clio, let’s delve deeper into that cabin and see what’s what. Renault is not yet ready to reveal the whole thing, only the interior. But it’s a good interior. Apart from the digital stuff mentioned above, the new Clio’s cockpit features  high-end materials, a soft coating on the dashboard, door panels and central console surround, and meticulously finished furnishings. This is another aspect of that fast-moving advance we were just talking about. The seats, steering wheel, door panels and consoles have also been redesigned and improved in terms of ergonomics and material. In short, then, the new Clio’s cabin is unlike anything you’ve ever seen in this segment.

The post Are Digital Instruments Coming to Affordable Cars? New Renault Clio Says Yes appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Renault Twingo – The New Symbol of Euro Chic

French car makers have always been at the forefront of style and panache to the point of favoring them over substance. The last few decades, however, they have been cutting back the funding for the design department, to make sure their trims don’t fall off and the car runs properly. That resulted in a whole bunch of utterly uninteresting cars from Renault, Peugeot and Citroen – cars we are trying really hard to forget. Good news is though, The French are back at it, as evidenced by the likes of the new 2019 Renault Twingo, and this time they are not compromising. 

You just have to look at the lines on the 2019 Renault Twingo to see Euro Chic oozing from every panel. And that is even before you get to the different color schemes and interior trim options. True, all that makes this little hatchback more of an accessory, but what’s wrong with that? It’s a city runabout not a sports car. It kind of has to be funky and cool and convenient because those are the qualities you want from your city car. The new Twingo has the exact right size for an urban cruiser. It’s not so small as to have no interior space, and not so big as to be hard to park. That is something the Twingo’s main customer base are going to appreciate a great deal.

That brings us to the elephant in the… well… car. Yes, 2019 Renault Twingo is indeed a girly car. Even Renault makes no bone about this, as you can clearly see in the official trailer for the car we have embedded above. This is a car designed for ladies, probably by ladies. The options, the choice of colors, even the mechanical specs are all put together to appeal to women. But if you are a man and you like this car, do not go and doubt your heterosexuality. You just have to wait until Renault launches a hotted up version for boys, which, if their history is any indication, they definitely will.

Speaking of mechanical highlights, 2019 Renault Twingo comes with three three-cylinder petrol engines, SCe 75, TCe 95 and TCe 95 EDC. These Euro 6D engines all have start/stop. The 75 engine is the base model and comes with a manual five-speed gearbox. But we reckon the 95 EDC will be the most popular, as it comes with a six-speed EDC automatic gearbox. Obviously, someone driving in high heels cannot be bothered to change gear, so most customers are going to want the automatic.

Among the main options and features that make the new Twingo such a start city car, there is the Easy Link infotainment with standard integration of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, free R&Go app, and all the little ergonomic touches. There is a new center console featuring an adjustable holder in which you can place a cup or store a smartphone in an upright position. To increase accessibility, the console also includes two USB ports and a jack plug, together with the buttons used for both Stop & Start and cruise control/speed limiter. As for the more style-focused options, the top models come with a white lacquered finish and the door armrests are covered and decorated with topstitching. Meanwhile you have a choice between Dark and Light upholstery colour combinations, four different rims, and a Color Pack featuring front grille rims, side mirror covers, side mouldings and rear bumper trims painted in Crystal White, Flame Red or Mango Yellow Three-coloured, Dots and Cosmic decals available in white or black.


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PostHeaderIcon Renault Alpine A110 1800 Group 4 Works

The Renault-Alpine A110 is one of the most famous rally cars of the two-wheel-drive era. It reigned supreme in the days before the WRC became a thing and this, the 1800, built to Group 4 specifications, is the swansong of the A110 and ran in 1974 and 1975.

The original Alpine A110 was launched in 1961 as the successor of the A108 which shared parts with Renault’s Dauphine. This time by, Paul Redele and his men relied on parts from the compact Renault 8 sedan. The car had a similar design to the A108, again with a rounded nose and straight-cut rear as well as bulbous headlights.

The A110, in its later versions, claimed numerous rally wins which made Alpine the 1971 champions in the International Championship for Manufacturers. This A110 was built for the 1974 season as one of only nine works-supported cars that year. It managed a best finish of second in the Tour De Corse but proved to be overwhelmed by the newly-homologated Lancia Stratos with its mid-engine configuration.

PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Renault Kadjar is a Car We Can’t Love or Hate

The Renault Kadjar facelift comes three years after it was launched and, while it definitely looks refreshed, it just doesn’t live up to the hype it created back when it was launched in 2015. For 2019, the Kadjar even receives Renault’s latest engine, along with some changes to the inside and outside.

PostHeaderIcon Renault K-ZE

Renault is previewing its future mini electric crossover with the K-ZE concept revealed at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. Taking a closer look at the K-ZE, it becomes immediately apparent that it is, in fact, just a dressed up Kwid (which Renault already sells in emerging markets) which has had its internal combustion powertrain swapped out for a full-electric one.

The future electric crossover will look much closer to this concept, than it will to the current Kwid, although it will maintain its basic body shape. What will set it apart visually more significantly are the new, redesigned front and rear fascias, as well as various details around the exterior. It also promises to offer “class leading” range for a vehicle in its size-bracket.

PostHeaderIcon Renault Shows Off Futuristic AEX Infotainment in Paris

Renault showed off at the Paris Motor Show with its new personal assistant, the Augmented Editorial Experience, or AEX, which was developed as an A.I. that would help the driver and the other occupants of the car enjoy each trip to the fullest.

PostHeaderIcon The Future of Renault Lies in this KWID-Based Electric Crossover Concept from the Paris Motor Show

Renault premiered the grand stage with an all-electric crossover concept called K-ZE. It will eventually head to the production line and reach the masses next year. The concept looks funky, and the production version may not be very different from the concept. Given the segment Renault has slotted it in, the car will most likely fetch big sales numbers.

PostHeaderIcon Renault Clio SUV

Renault is preparing to launch a small crossover based on the next Clio city car, aiming to woo buyers away from the Ford Fiesta Active, Hyundai i20 Active and other similar small high-riders. What’s a bit strange is that the French automaker already has just such a vehicle in its range, called the Captur, but apparently, this one is going to be placed under it in the model lineup.

We also don’t yet know what Renault wants to call this new model, whether it will use the Clio SUV or a completely new name. One thing’s certain – it won’t be merely a Clio with extra ground clearance and body cladding; its body is taller and looks different compared to the fifth-gen Clio we’ve seen in another batch of spy photos.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Renault Kadjar Revealed with New Dynamic Design

Renault today revealed the first images and videos of their mid-size crossover. Sitting above the Capture in the range, the 2019 Renault Kadjar has more bulk, style, and presence than its little sister. It also benefits from higher capabilities. 

2019 Renault Kadjar boasts all-wheel drive systems and off-road capabilities developed by Nissan. So it’s pretty god at dealing with the rough stuff. That is something the Captur does not have, except for a special version in the Russian market which has AWD. The Kadjar is closer to a real SUV in terms of size as well. The silver protecting parts on the front and rear and the fluid lines of the body boost that effect.

Inside the cabin, too, the 2019 Renault Kadjar offers more space, a higher driving position, and larger seats. The design of the dashboard is neat and clean like all modern Renaults, but the large screen and the prominent air con controls save it from looking too minimalist. You get a panoramic roof, ambient lighting, multimedia control and other high-tech equipment. Mind you, it all depends on the trim level and market availability.

2019 Renault Kadjar has more advanced, fuel-efficient petrol and diesel engines than the previous model. Details and specs of the crossover will be revealed closer to its debut at the Paris Motor Show. Stay tuned.

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PostHeaderIcon Renault Arkana

In a surprising turn of events, French manufacturer Renault revealed an all-new coupe SUV called the Arkana. Shown at the Moscow Auto Show, the Renault Arkana is the first coupe-inspired SUV to sit at a lower price point compared to any of its premium competition. For now, the Renault Arkana is only a show car, but one really close to production. Renault will introduce it for the Russian market in 2019, with the launch on CIS markets some time later. The car could be introduced on the western markets as well (maybe not in the same guise and with the same name) and while we cannot expect it in the U.S. (Renault isn’t available here at all), I would not be surprised if the Arkana architecture ends up supporting some kind of similar Nissan coupe SUV. The Renault press release is clear – the Arkana “heralds a new vehicle with global ambitions.” Last time I checked, global means all around the world.

Renault’s Design Chief Laurens van den Acker did hint that Renault is considering bringing the Arkana to Europe. China, Latin America, and South Korea are already confirmed destinations for the new car.

PostHeaderIcon Renault Arkana Coupe Crossover Officially Unveiled

Following this intriguing teaser, Renault today unveiled their new global model, the Renault Arkana. This model is a fascinating coupe crossover which is set to be built at the car maker’s facilities in Russia and then go on sale in select markets around the world, currently not including Europe. 

The show car version of the Renault Arkana sure looks very promising. It’s a coupe SUV in the same vein as Mercedes GLC and BMW X4, only belonging to the economy class. That means that in its transition into a real production car the Arkana will probably lose some of its cool features such as 19 inch wheels, side chrome detailing and the panoramic glass roof. But overall shape of the car will most likely remain intact.

That is about as much details as the French company is willing divulge about the Renault Arkana for the time being. No word on what sort of engines they are putting into this car or nothing. Just that it’s a ‘global’ product in the sense that it’s built for emerging market in Asia and the far east. We reckon this is a test for Renault to see if the Arkana does well over there before they introduce a more premium version in Europe.

“The idea for this innovative concept came from Russia and the project was conducted with the strong involvement of Renault Russia teams. Arkana will meet Russian customers’ aspirations but also the ones of new customers in many countries worldwide, enabling Groupe Renault to further pursue its international growth as part of its Drive the Future strategic plan,” says Nicolas Maure – Senior-Vice-President, Chairman of Eurasia Region.

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PostHeaderIcon Renault ARKANA Announced as Brand’s New Global Crossover

Renault’s crossover game has been steadily improving over the past few years and they’re now thinking of expanding the business even further. They just announced the Renault ARKANA, a global model to be made in Russia and premiered at the Moscow International Motor Show at the end of this month. 

The single teaser image they have released of the new Renault ARKANA shows the rear taillight design which brings to mind other contemporary Renault models, especially the Koleos SUV. But Renaultis adamant the Arkana is a different kettle of fish compared with all the other SUVs around thanks to a unique look So that’s kind of exciting and we’re looking forward to see how they have reinterpreted the traditional SUV/crossover mold.

The name Renault ARKANA is derived from the Latin ARCANUM which means secret and is used to refer to significant events or phenomena. That sounds a bit too hefty for a mid-range, global crossover, but hey, let’s see the thing in full before judging it. The Arkana will be first launched in Russia, where it will be made locally at Renault’s plant in Moscow, and then introduced to other markets. Whether or not it’ll make it to Europe is not known at the moment. And neither is the car’s technical speficications.

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PostHeaderIcon Renault Mégane R.S. Trophy

The Renault Megane was most recently redesigned in 2016. Sportier than ever on the outside, it gained a modern interior with the latest tech and a range of revised engines. Two years have passed since then and Renault finally gave the fourth-generation Megane the long-awaited Trophy treatment.

Crafted by the Renault Sport division, also known as R.S., the new Trophy replaces the R.S. 275 Trophy model that the French firm offered between 2014 and 2017. Naturally, the new Megane Trophy is not only more aggressive on the outside, but it’s also more powerful. As usual, it’s built on the race-bred Cup chassis, which makes it a road-legal race car. The 275 Trophy-R holds track records for FWD cars on many circuits, including the Nurburgring, Suzuka, and Fuji. Will the new Trophy set new benchmarks? Probably. But until that happens, let’s have a closer look at its design and drivetrain in the review below.

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PostHeaderIcon All Changes Contrived by Renault Sport To Brew The Hardcore Megane RS Trophy

I can only infer that the importance of hot hatches in Europe is on par with the importance of muscle cars in the U.S. They are a must-have for every company that wants to do any business there. Renault and its division – Renault Sport – always did a really good job in this department with the overachieving Clio RS and Megane RS cars. Today, a new one emerged. Following the habits of the past, Renault Sport revealed the new Megane RS Trophy. It’s a car based on the regular RS but bathed with small tweaks to make it ever so faster, hardcore, and slightly meaner. It is a track weapon that tackles the monstrosity of the Honda Civic Type R, or the sophisticated gem the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport is. I will go even further and give Hyundai the courtesy of joining this exclusive group with its stunning Hyundai i30 N. I am fairly certain that the Megane RS and the Megane RS Trophy are fighting for supremacy with it too.

This is the most powerful production car Renault Sport has unveiled up to this point. The RS 1.8-liter turbocharged engine has been tuned with F1 tech and is now producing 296 horsepower. This is not the end of it as I suspect the Megane RS Trophy-R will come sometime in the future.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Renault Megane RS Trophy Is for Hot Hatch Geeks

We never once hear anybody complaining that the regular Megane RS – the latest version, that is – is soft or slow or dull. But for those few spec-crazy hot hatch geeks, the French auto maker has come up with a new Trophy version. Inspired by their F1 car, the 2019 Renault Megane RS Trophy is all about little details that make the car sharper, more dynamic, and more flamboyant. 

The 2019 Renault Megane RS Trophy is a 300 horsepower hot hatchback with 420 Nm of torque. Those figures alone are enough to make the fans of this type of cars to salivate uncontrollably. But that is not all that set this car apart from the standard version. The Trophy also gets valve operated exhaust for increased air flow and sporty exhaust note, ceramic bearing in the turbocharger, bi-material front brakes for reduced fade and weight, 19” Jerez alloy wheels wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza S001 tyres, 19” ‘Fuji’ alloy wheels, and new Alcantara-wrapped Recaro bucket seats that are fitted 20mm lower, plus Akrapovi? titanium exhaust system.

And of course, this car being an RS means you also get 4CONTROL four-wheel steering system and four hydraulic bump stop shock absorbers. And that is all well and good. But last we checked, a good hot hatch was one that was simple and unencumbered with to much technology. What you want from a hot hatch is not supercar-like technology. You want power and lightness and affordability, so that you can thrash the thing around and have fun with it without worrying about repair costs and stuff like that. Can you do that with the 2019 Renault Megane RS?

 “I have been involved in the Mégane R.S. development process since last year and I’m very pleased to see an even sportier version added to the family! Each of the new features on New Renault Mégane R.S.Trophy offers greater sports performance and feel. It’s obviously positive to have more power and better grip through the tyres and to benefit from improved braking endurance. I also enjoyed the feeling offered by the new seats: the support they provide for sports driving is excellent.” Nico Hülkenberg, Renault Sport Formula One Team driver and Renault Sport ambassador


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PostHeaderIcon Renault Wants to Crash Honda’s Civic Type R Lap Record World Tour

The Honda Civic Type R has held the lap record for front-wheel drive cars at the Nurburgring, but previous record-holder Renault looks to be lining up a crack at reclaiming the record from its Japanese rival. The French automaker is currently developing a new Megane RS Trophy, which is reportedly carrying at least 300 horsepower. If that ends up being the case, it could end up having the power and performance chops to displace the Civic Type R in the record books.

PostHeaderIcon The Renault Megane RS Is Quick to 60 mph, but it’s a Turd in the Top End

We’ve praised the new Megane RS up and down. It’s attractive, it’s sporty, it’s got the proper interior appointments, and it stands out in a crowd where models like the Ford Focus RS and Honda Civic Type R thrive. With that said, its spec sheet doesn’t disappoint either. 276 horsepower and 288 pound-feet of torque isn’t exactly something to sneeze at, at least not coming from a car this size anyway. But, engine size matters; transmission gearing matters. And, that’s painfully evident in this acceleration and top speed test put together by AutoTopNL.

From the start, things look good; the RS manages to hit the 62.1-mph barrier in around 5.8 seconds. That’s just 0.9 seconds slower than the Civic Type R and 1.1 seconds faster than the Ford Focus RS, both of which are more powerful. What happened after that run to 60 is what’s a bit discerning. It was able to run to 140 from nil in around 27 seconds, which again isn’t bad for a car with this kind of power, but beyond that, this thing is the definition of a turd. So much so that in the first attempt the driver couldn’t even hit the RS’ top speed of 155 mph. He got close, at 152, but never made it to the top of the hill.

The driver did manage to hit a top speed of 155 mph, but it wasn’t until he slowed down to 140 mph, then jumped on it again, spending 46 seconds in the process – again, that’s a turdishly slow as it gets. It’s like the car just loses all motivation beyond 135 mph or 140 mph. So what’s the reasoning behind this? Well, first off, that little 1.8 liter starts to fall off in a major way beyond 5,000 rpm. Second, it’s pretty clear that the transmission is geared more for top speed than acceleration from third on up. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it’s a tactic to provide a high top speed on paper without having to mention that it has a significant effect on mid-to-high-range acceleration.

Either way, this video is very telling of what you can really expect from the new Megane RS. It’s not a bad vehicle by any means, but it’s probably not going to win any acceleration contests – not now, and not ever. Well, unless you do some serious modification. And, in that case, by all means, please send us some video.

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2016 Renault Megane

Renault introduced the world to a new-gen Megane for the 2016 model year, and it’s the best move the company has made in a long time. It came complete with a revitalized look that shed the woes of yesteryear with a lot of new DNA. The weird rear end was replaced with something more modern while the front end got much sportier. The interior was improved tenfold as well. And, the best part is that there’s a model for everyone. You want economy? You can roll with a 90-horsepower diesel engine. Or you could opt for the 110 or 130 horsepower diesel. On the gasoline front, there’s an economy smart 100 horsepower mill or a 130-horsepower mill. If you have a thirst for more power, though, you could opt for the 205-horsepower engine. Either way, it’s an attractive proposition, and it certainly fits right into the hatchback market. And, it’ll make a great desktop wallpaper too, so we’ve hand-selected one of our favorites. If it’s not good enough for you, though, you can grab one from the gallery below too. Go ahead; there’s plenty to choose from!

PostHeaderIcon Renault EZ-GO

Renault has been big on the whole EV self-driver thing for the past few years now, pulling the sheets on several SYMBIOZ concepts back in 2017. The EZ-GO is the latest follow-up, offering the same drivetrain and autonomous tech as before, but with an extra dash of shared mobility services and connected features to boot. The result is a vision of the future of urban mobility, promising improvements to both energy efficiency and quality of life.

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