Well it looks like Renault are about to go official with the Clio RS MK4 and after some teaser videos and its camouflaged hill climb at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of speed.
We have managed to get the first glimpse of a white fully uncamouflaged version of RenaultSports Clio RS before its official unvailing at the 2012 Paris Motorshow.
From the outside, the Clio RenaultSport seems to have grown up from its aggressive styling, which includes a revised front bumper with cavernous air vents feeding the intercooler with enough cool air to keep air intake temperatures low, also the addition of chrome side skirts which will differentiate the RS model from the other Clio’s, finishing the extensive detailing will be twin exhausts on each side of the car. Continue reading 2013 Renault Clio RS – Spied in White Fully Uncamouflaged→
After the cars from Citroen and Mini for the 2011, Ford have revealed ther 1.6 liter direct injection, turbocharged Ecoboost engine which is reported to be tunable up to the 300 bhp limit for the 2011 WRC cars.
The all-new Fiesta RS World Rally Car, made its first global public appearance at the Paris Motor Show today.
The Fiesta RS WRC will make its competition debut in Rally Sweden, the opening round of the 2011 FIA World Rally Championship, on 10 – 13 February.
For Paris, the preview model has been finished in a striking blue and grey livery, specially developed for the show by Ford of Europe’s design team. The new World Rally Car, derived from the best-selling Fiesta road car, is being developed by Ford of Europe and its rally partner M-Sport.
Using as a base the Ford Fiesta S2000 rally car, which won the legendary Monte Carlo Rally on its debut last January and other international and national rallies in 2010, Ford of Europe’s design team and M-Sport have worked together to fine-tune the styling of the bodywork and aerodynamic package of the new Fiesta to create an exciting replacement for the outgoing Focus RS WRC.
Although detailed changes may be made as the Fiesta RS WRC car continues its development programme through the balance of this year and in time for the commencement of the team’s specialised pre-season testing, the final car will share the eye-catching appearance and acclaimed ‘kinetic design’ styling cues synonymous with Ford’s latest road vehicles. The interior will also be instantly recognisable as a Fiesta RS WRC rally car as it contains a number of production parts.