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There's also "RS Diff" – an electronically controlled system that monitors the difference in rotational speed between the front and rear wheels, and which gently applies braking pressure to a spinning front wheel, without reducing engine torque.
Renault says this system intervenes before the stability control system, and is barely noticeable by the driver.
After years in the wilderness, the Renault Megane RS is back in the hot hatch game, which is great news for performance car fans.
Publicis Brussels made this nice viral for the launch of the new Renault Clio RS: a speed dating in every sense of the word with real "speed daters" in search of their soul mate.
There’s no denying that it can take a while to get used to, but it soon becomes part of the intoxicating driving experience.
It’s just a shame that the steering lacks feedback and the six-speed manual gearbox isn’t the last word in satisfaction.
Cosmetic changes over lesser Clios include bespoke bumpers and side sills, and twin exhaust tailpipes.
Five exterior colours will be available; the standard 17in alloy wheels can be upgraded to 18in examples with either a gloss black or anthracite finish.
This turbocharged Megane is as powerful as the old 2.0-litre cars and, crucially, that 280hp is harnessed to great effect by the optional Cup chassis.