Renault has unveiled a facelifted version of its Kadjar crossover SUV ahead of its public debut at the Paris Motor Show.
What is it? The arrival of any new performance Renault is an exciting thing, but here’s a new car from the French manufacturer to really get the pulses of petrolheads racing – the Megane R.S. A reimagined version of an iconic hot-hatch, this latest R.S. packs a new turbocharged engine as well as a range of mechanical touches designed to make it as exciting to drive as possible. It has some capable rivals to go up against though, which is why we’ve headed out to our favourite routes to see what this new Megane R.S. can really do.
What are they? There are few things which summarise fun, exciting motoring quite like a hot hatch. Here in the UK they’re lapped up, simply because they transform even the dreariest of commutes into something a little special. We’ve got a newcomer to the segment with us today – the latest version of Renault’s Megane R.S – and it’s going up against one of the big hitters of the hot hatch world – the British-built Honda Civic Type R.
Daniel Ricciardo insists he has taken one of the most “difficult decisions” in his career after deciding to leave Red Bull and drive for Renault from 2019.
After displaying the China-only long-wheelbase A-Class saloon, Mercedes has now revealed the European model for the first time.