Motorists have remained fans of the hot hatch version of the Renault Clio since its induction onto the market in 2000, now the Clio Renaultsport has been launched in two new versions.
In the past nine years, the Clio Renaultsport has sold 70,000 units worldwide and has appealed to drivers through being "fun to drive".
The new offerings are the Clio Renaultsport 200 Cup and Clio Renaultsport 200, which include features such as F1 style frontal aerodynamics and a rear diffuser.
Among the changes to the front of the vehicle are the development of an aerodynamic blade built into the front bumper and a new low-positioned air intake.
Meanwhile, on the inside, motorists can witness a perforated leather-covered steering wheel and comfortable seating designed with high levels of lateral support.
Furthermore, despite the latest offering being more powerful, the amount of CO2 generated has been trimmed to 195g/km, while on the combined cycle motorists can benefit from 34.4 miles to the gallon of fuel.
A review of the Renault Clio RenaultSport 200 Cup by Channel Four indicated that the car is "finely balanced, agile" and is good value for motorists.