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The next generation Renault Megane RS
March 6, 2013
Renault have revealed the details of it's plans for the next generation Renault Megane RS, along with what we can expect from future models in the Renaultsport range. Patrice Ratti, who is the head of Technologies at Renaultsport explained that the performance side arm was working already on the next model and it could also follow the footsteps of the Renault Clio 200, with a downsized engine and an automatic gearbox. 

He went on to say that Renault are happy with the double clutch gearbox, so that is probably the direction in which they will go in. He exclaimed that with a vehicle like the Megan Rs, lots of torque and power are needed, along with an engine that currently exists within the Renault bland. Either a 2.0 litre still, or a 1.8 litre engine. 

Ratti also revealed that French Giant Renault are looking to have around four or five RS models in the next five years. This is more than likely to feature the Renault Megane, the clio and the Twingo, which has plans to be replaced sometime next year. Though Ratti wouldn't say whether Renault have plans to include a RS version of the Captur model, though further spokespeople have said that it could happen due to Nissan's recent introduction of the Juke Nismo. 

Renault also plan to expand the RS range markets. 30% of sales are currently outside of Europe, which are mainly in Australia and Japan, the manufacturer will be looking at the possibility of selling cars in the emerging markets. 
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