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Renault Megane RS Trophy (2012)

CAR GARAGE | Renault Megane RS Trophy (2012) | With maximum power of 265hp (up 15HP), peak torque of 360Nm (+20 Nm) available across a particularly broad rev-band (3.000 to 5.000 rpm), a power-to-weight ratio of 5.09kg/hp and specific power of 132.5 hp / liter, the car boasts an exceptional performance package. Even so, Renault Sport's engineers have worked hard on the specification of the Mégane RS's 2.0-liter turbocharged engine to take driving enjoyment and response to even higher levels. Maximum pressure turbo has been uprated to 2.5 bar (0.2 bar up), while the air intake design has been revised to take the higher pressure and higher running temperatures into account.

Last but not least, Renault Mégane RS Trophy's fuel-efficiency has been carefully optimized to return a combined-cycle fuel consumption of just 8.2 liters/100km, equivalent to 190g of CO2/km, the which represents a saving of 0.2 liters/100km and 5g / Renault Mégane RS miles over at the time of the latter's launch.

Renault Mégane RS Trophy is recognizable at a glance thanks to its black roof, specific decals, new rear lip spoiler, 19-inch wheels with Gloss Black STEEV red piping and RS valve caps (standard or optional, depending on market) and numbered plaque. Renault Mégane RS Trophy marks the introduction of a new Sirius Yellow finish, metallic paint an emblematic That will be particularly appreciated by Renault Sport fans. This innovative on board data-logging system records performance and displays a range of mechanical parameters in real-time, a feature the which owners will appreciate especially during track days, an exercise to the which the Renault Mégane Trophy RS lends Itself particularly well.

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