The Renault Mégane RS 250 (Renaultsport) is a hot hatch built since 2009 by Renault. Powertrain of the Mégane RS is a 2.0L turbocharged inline-four motor.
The Mégane RS appears in Need for Speed: Shift with a 2.40 car rating and price tag of $23,000. It appears as a Tier 1 car and is capable of a Works conversion.
The Shift 2: Unleashed rendition is featured as a Modern Road car with a price tag of $18,500. It has a D 220 performance rating and a 2.70 handling rating.
Although it has a slightly worse car rating than the Volkswagen Golf GTI (Mk5) and SEAT León Cupra, the RS accelerates quicker than both, but at the cost of a lower handling rating. Overall, it competes well within its range.
The A-Spec style is a Best in Class car that costs 8900. It was released on April 11th, 2013 as part of a web deal pack including various other Best in Class style cars. It was later made available for purchase in the car dealer on October 7th, 2014.
The RS has the slowest 0 to 60 mph time out of all tier 2 cars. Its top speed in The Run is 160 mph (257 kmh). Due to having a "Easy" handling rating, the RS is best suited for difficult race tracks.
The Mégane RS also appears in a "NFS Edition" (Tier 4) and "Yeti" Signature Edition (Tier 5) trim.
The NFS Edition is rewarded to the player upon obtaining a Gold Medal in all Plains Interstate challenges. Its power output of 431 bhp at 5,600 rpm allows the player to hit a top speed of 195mph (314kmh) and go from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. The NFS Edition is overall a decent car, considering its "Easy" handling rating.
The Yeti Signature Edition is rewarded to the player after they reach Driver Level 10. It has the same handling rating as any other variant of the Mégane RS. With a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 4.2 seconds and power output of 584 bhp at 5,700rpm, it may be only somewhat quicker than the Tier 4 variant. Since the Yeti is focused on handling, it can overtake more powerful vehicles in corners. Its top speed is 218 mph (351 km/h).