Renault is unveiling the 2013 Renault Twin-Run Concept at the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix. This new concept car cultivates the sporting spirit of Renault and celebrates automotive passion by paying homage to the legendary R5 Turbo and Clio V6. Following the reveal of the Twin’Z study last month, Renault strikes back with a more hardcore, three-door version called the Twin’Run. It’s not entirely new for our eyes, as the car was scooped in March during the filming of a promo clip in Madrid.
Renault describes the Renault Twin-Run Concept "a real racing car," that features a tubular chassis lifted from motorsport competition and a midengine 320-horsepower V6 engine based on the Megane Trophy racer.
The three-door Twin’Run is 3.68-meters long, 1.75-meters wide and 1.48-meters tall. Its low weight was made possible due to the use of glass-polyester composite for the bodywork and carbon fiber for the front blade, roof, rear vent and wheelarches. Interior, a 5.5-inch LCD screen positioned behind the steering wheel shows the vehicle speed, gear speed and engine speed, as well as fuel pressure, clutch pressure and oil pressure.
The 2013 Renault Twin-Run is a mid-engined city car that powered by a 3.5-liter V6. The Twin'Run concept sprints from zero-62 mph in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph. It has a curb weight of 2,094 pounds, largely due to its fiberglass body panels and carbon-fiber parts, including the roof, wheel arches and rear vent.
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