The Next-Gen of Renault Megane R.S will come out as Luxury Sports SUV. First Introduce at 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, and soon will available on your road. On this article, I will give you info about how the upcoming 2019 Renault Megane R.S Design, Performance also what features available on the cabin.
Power & Transmission
The 2019 Renault Megane R.S will use The 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine generates 280PS (276hp) and 390Nm (288lb-ft) of torque and is mated to either a six-speed manual or a dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The official 0-100km/h 0-(62mph) sprint time is 5.8sec
Top speed is 155mph for the manual, 158mph with the EDC ’box. Once upon a time, 150mph+ was the reserve of serious performance cars only, but so spoiled have we been in recent years we’ve sort of come to expect it from mid-sized hot hatches now. And that’s how it feels in practice – it’s quick enough in a straight line, but doesn’t blow you away. The Civic Type R, one of the most extreme hot hatches of the bunch at the moment, charges on to 169mph and feels every bit as fast as that sounds.
Renault Sport’s priorities were different for this car. Its engineers say the Megane’s development was all about being fun to drive in corners, not in a straight line, that they prioritize torque delivery over outright power, and that they’re not interested in joining the horsepower arms race for the sake of it. And really, that makes perfect sense.
For Design is no much upgrade then oldest ones, While the previous R.S. Megane was a two-door coupe, the new one is strictly five-door, like the rest of the current hatch’s range. As before, two suspension set-ups are available: Sport (now designed to be more well-rounded for everyday use) and Cup (a more hardcore, track-focused arrangement).
Features on Cabin
A key underlying theme of the new Megane R.S. is one of cutting-edge technology; four-wheel steering, hydraulic bump stops for the suspension and the Renault Sports Monitor system are all firsts in the hot hatch field set to be fitted to the car.
At the other end of the car is a neat exhaust system that aims to blend refinement with a sporty soundtrack without resorting to complicated electrically actuated flaps. Instead, there are cleverly designed back box that delivers a muted burble at idle, yet as engine speeds rise the change in pressure causes the gases to bypass the longer silencer tube and head straight for the exit pipe, essentially creating a louder straight-through set-up.
How Much it Cost?
If you want to bring home The 2019 Renault Megane R.S, you need to spend at least €37,600 ($46,055).