Renault Sport Car Pack will be available on 22th December.
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2015 Renault Sport R.S. 01
A purebred racer down to the core, the R.S. 01 is Renault Sport Technology’s newest creation for on-track competition.
Weighing just 1100 kilograms, the R.S. 01 is powered by a 500hp Nissan Nismo V6 3.8 liter twin turbo engine mated to a SADEV seven-speed sequential gearbox.
The R.S.01 is packed to the brim with the latest racing technology as the Dallara-built carbon fiber monocoque chassis is equipped with a double wishbone layout suspension, pushrods and Öhlins dampers as well as six-piston carbon brakes and Bosch Motorsport ABS.
The R.S. 01 exclusively races in the Renault Sport Trophy that is part of the World Series by Renault events, aiming to provide a proving ground for young drivers looking to make it up the sports car racing ladder.
2015 Formula Renault 3.5
Using a Dallara-built carbon chassis, the Formula 3.5 Series open wheeler is equipped with all technology aspiring open wheel drivers need to master to make it to the top, including a powerful 530hp Gibson V8 engine, semi-automatic gearbox, carbon brakes and sophisticated data logging to analyze and improve driver performance.
Furthermore, the high-downforce open wheeler is also using a F1-style Drag Reduction System rear wing, allowing spectacular passing moves as drivers can activate higher straight-line speeds to make it past their opponents.
2014 Renault Mégane R.S. 275 Trophy-R
The Mégane R.S. 275 Trophy-R continues Renault’s tradition of class-leading hot hatches, creating a racy track special that proves a lot of racing spirit can hide in hatchback form.
A stripped back, two-seater version of the regular Megane R.S. 275, the Trophy-R clinched the Nürburgring Nordschleife lap record for two wheel-drive production vehicles at launch in 2014, lapping the Green Hell in just 7:54.361.
The impressive on-track performance has been archived by lowering the car’s weight by no less than 100 kilos compared to the standard model while raising the power output to 275hp.
Trademark features of the Trophy-R include Recaro Pole Position seats, a limited slip differential, adjustable Ohlins Road and Track dampers, and 19-inch wheels equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber.
2009 Renault Mégane Trophy V6
Built by Renault Sport Technologies, the Megane Trophy V6 was used in Renault’s long-running Eurocup Megane Trophy racing series all across Europe.
Built around a FIA-approved tube frame chassis, the Megane Trophy car is powered by a 3.5 liter V6 24V engine, providing the driver with 360hp to battle it out on track.
Weighing little over 1000 kilograms, the car features advanced racing technologies such as a paddle-shifting system, double wishbone suspension and adjustable dampers.