The next generation of the Renault Mégane RS will not come before 2017. Ensure that your engine is 2.0-liter turbo to produce 300 horsepower and would be associated to a system of four-wheel drive.
Sabemos that the current Mégane has no three-door body, by which the next RS will be only a five-door. But that does not mean you say goodbye to the fun, as the first reports indicate that the hatchback developed by Renault Sport could offer a performance no less than 300 horsepower.
according to what this week says the british publication AutoExpress, engineers Renault Sport point directly towards the heart of the new Focus RS and that is why you create the new Mégane RS will have 300 HP under your hood, possibly extracted from their turbo engine of four cylinders and 2.0 litres in the front, or maybe a 1.6-litre turbo, derived from the one used in the Clio RS.
The propellant would be combined both with a manual change of six marches as one automatic EDC double-clutch and like the Mégane GT, you will have steering on the rear wheels.
at the moment there is no information of when it will hit the market, but it probably will not happen before 2017. Of course, it is also not known which will be its price, but the report indicates that would around 37.500 euros, significantly more than the slightly more than 32,000 euros that must be paid for the current Mégane RS 275.