Renault is a French automobile manufacturer founded in 1899. At the moment it is the third biggest car producer in the world with Nissan together. Much like any large carmaker, Renaults aren't known for as sporty vehicles, but rather as reliable cheap compact cars.

However, the company has been active in motorsports since 1907. Most notable are their success in Formula One as an engine supplier in the 1990s and as a works team in the 2000s. Renault also saw success in Rally with the Renault 5 Turbo.


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4L NFSMW2012CarIcon 1974 - 1978 1.0L I4 29 bhp 41 lb⋅ft 71 mph 4-speed FF 670 kg
5 GT Turbo NFSMW2012CarIcon 1985 - 1991 1.4L Turbocharged I4 120 bhp 122 lb⋅ft 7.8 secs. 120 mph 5-speed FF 831 kg
Clio V6 Renault Sport NFSMW2012CarIcon 2003 - 2005 3.0L V6 251 bhp 221 lb⋅ft 5.9 secs. 144 mph 6-speed MR 1475 kg
Mégane Coupé TCe 180 NFSMW2012CarIcon 2008 - 2016 2.0L Turbocharged I4 178 bhp 222 lb⋅ft 7.8 secs. 140 mph 6-speed FF 1320 kg
Mégane R.S. 250 NFSMW2012CarIcon 2009 - present 2.0L Turbocharged I4 248 bhp 244 lb⋅ft 6.0 secs. 146 mph 6-speed FF 1344 kg