2018

Renault Clio Cup

Renault Clio Cup

EDGE OF THE SEAT RACING

Heir to the Renault 8 Gordini, Renault 5 GT Turbo, and other CLIO 16S models, the CLIO Cup’s competitiveness made for spectacular, edge-of-the-seat racing. The four-cylinder, 1998 cc engine and six-speed gearbox were reliable and the performance and affordability of the car allowed generations of drivers to develop their track skills.

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AFFORDABLE & RELIABLE PERFORMANCE

Ever since the Gordini Cup, Renault has maintained a consistent presence on racetracks throughout Europe and the rest of the world. More than 700 of the first CLIO Cup were produced and raced in a dozen national championships. With several hundred thousand units sold since 1991, all four generations of the CLIO Cup have continued that tradition of performance, reliability and affordability.

Renault Clio Cup
Renault Clio Cup
Renault Clio Cup

A LEGACY CONTINUED

Introduced in 2013, the latest version of the Clio Cup – the Renault Clio R.S. 200 EDC – boasts a 1.6-litre direct injection turbo engine that develops 220 hp and constant torque of 270Nm. A semi-automatic, sequential six-speed gearbox delivers ultra-fast gear changes. Incredibly powerful brakes, solid chassis and sophisticated on-board electronics can be adjusted to suit any driver’s individual style.

Renault Clio Cup
Renault Clio Cup

Technical Specificities

  • 190 hp Engine
  • 920 kg Weight
  • 220 km/hr Max Speed

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Technical Specificities

Technical specifications

Renault Clio Cup

Engine four-cylinder inline, 1998 cc, 190 hp / 16 valve
Transmission rear wheel drive, six-speed sequential + reverse
Brakes front : ventilated discs, 4-piston monoblock calipers; rear : discs, mono-piston calipers
Dimensions 3.81 m (l) x 1.64 m (w)
Weight 920 kg
Max speed 220 km/h
Renault Clio Cup