Renault 5 Alpine Turbo Coupe Is A Little Rebel

Project 122: At the end of the 1960’s, Renault is breathing in the air of change, lurking the desire to renew the range seeking the blend of brilliance and low running costs. The young designer Michel Boue finds the perfect moment by presenting the design of a compact and at the same time pleasing car: … [Read more…]

Renault Megane Sporter: Keeps Getting Better

What’s the difference between cooking any day’s lunch or preparing a romantic dinner for the beautiful girl at which you’re aiming for weeks? Basically, the only things to change are the courses, which, instead of some ready in 5 minutes dishes, will leave room to a host of improvised appetizers. But in the end, it … [Read more…]

Renault Trezor


Renault has a habit producing concept cars that appear to be flights of fantasy but end up being grounded in surprising reality. The DeZir turned up with a stunning look that transferred remarkably well to today’s Clios and Meganes.

Renault Twingo GT 2017


£ n/a The absence of a rev-counter is the first sign, upon clambering aboard the Renault Twingo GT, that it may not be a hot hatch in the company’s finest tradition. You can add one, but only via on app on your phone screen.

Renault Megane – Face To Face With Peugeot 308

There is a lingering cheekiness about the Renault Megan e, which harks back to the memorable ‘shakin’ that ass’ television commercial that was a smile-inducing reminder of the second generation car of a decade ago. Its replacement was somewhat more sombre, but now the new fourth generation Megane has perked up again in style, grown … [Read more…]

Renault Scenic MK 4 2017


Blessed with a relatively clean sheet of paper yet confronting ever burgeoning SUV and crossover sales, Renault design boss Laurens van den Acker must have had an interesting time deciding exactly how much genuine flexibility might be sacrificed within the fourth generation Scenic – an MPV which pretty much invented the compact segment of same … [Read more…]

Renault Megane 2016 Finding C-segment’s Crown


This is the new Renault Megane. the bread-and-butter dCi diesel, the one that needs to regain La Regie’s lost ground in the C-segment heartland. As if to intimidate the opposition from the outset, Renault’s pushed the new Megane’s elbows out with the widest track in the segment. The front track’s a full 47mm broader than … [Read more…]

Renault Twingo GT


The Renault Twingo is a quirky city car, with its rear-mounted three-cylinder engine sending drive to the backwheels. It offers good cabin space and attractive styling, too, but compared with the very best choices in its class, notably the Skoda Citigo, it falls short on driving fun. This is where the French company’s performance division, … [Read more…]

Renault Megane Sport Tourer 2017


The Renault Megane hatch has already trumped many of its rivals, thanks to its blend of efficient engines, cosseting ride and flamboyant cabin design. Now there’s a much more practical Sport Tourer estate version, and we’ve tested it in the UK. It’s available with a range of petrol and diesel engines from launch, including the … [Read more…]

Mass transport – Renault Scenic TCe 130


We say: two decades after the original, Renault redefines the Frumpy Mpv ‘Seduction’ is a word used often by the new Scenic’s design team. And sure, seduction – especially the successful sort – is the first step on the road to MPV ownership, though that’s not really the point they’re trying to make. What they’re … [Read more…]