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2018 - Renault Clio Cup - Since 1991

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EDGE OF THE SEAT RACING

Heir to the Renault 8 Gordini, Renault 5 GT Turbo, and other CLIO 16S models, the CLIO Cup’s competitiveness made for spectacular, edge-of-the-seat racing. The four-cylinder, 1998 cc engine and six-speed gearbox were reliable and the performance and affordability of the car allowed generations of drivers to develop their track skills.

AFFORDABLE & RELIABLE PERFORMANCE

Ever since the Gordini Cup, Renault has maintained a consistent presence on racetracks throughout Europe and the rest of the world. More than 700 of the first CLIO Cup were produced and raced in a dozen national championships. With several hundred thousand units sold since 1991, all four generations of the CLIO Cup have continued that tradition of performance, reliability and affordability.

A LEGACY CONTINUED

Introduced in 2013, the latest version of the Clio Cup – the Renault Clio R.S. 200 EDC – boasts a 1.6-litre direct injection turbo engine that develops 220 hp and constant torque of 270Nm. A semi-automatic, sequential six-speed gearbox delivers ultra-fast gear changes. Incredibly powerful brakes, solid chassis and sophisticated on-board electronics can be adjusted to suit any driver’s individual style.

Technical specifications

Renault Clio Cup

Engine four-cylinder inline, 1998 cc, 190 hp / 16 valve
Transmission     rear wheel drive, six-speed sequential + reverse
Brakes front : ventilated discs, 4-piston monoblock calipers; rear : discs, mono-piston calipers
Dimensions 3.81 m (l) x 1.64 m (w)
Weight 920 kg
Max speed 220 km/h

Source: Media Groupe Renault

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