Renault announces the Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet Exception special series, a stylish yet sportslike model with distinguished features such as two-tone leather upholstery, satin chrome roof arch and 17" aluminium wheels. On top of the rich equipment list of the Dynamique trim version, it adds an anti-turbulence net screen and rear parking assistance as standard fittings
Having firmly established its Renaultsport models as some of the finest hot hatches around, Renault has now applied some of their unique performance and styling DNA to its Mégane hatchback models with the launch of a new GT range, to fit between the regular and Renaultsport versions.
Its three latest concept cars may have been the stars of the show at Paris in terms of giving a glimpse of Renault’s future model line-up, but that didn’t mean that the French marque had neglected its current range. On the contrary, it chose the occasion to take the wraps off of its most potent and driver-focused Mégane yet - Mégane Renaultsport 230 F1 Team R26.
The Renault Sport version of the Renault Megane, has been unveiled at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show. Available in both three-door Sport Hatch and five-door Hatch configurations, the Mega ne Renault Sport 225 will be powered by a new 2.0 Turbo engine developed by Renault Sport outputting 225 bhp to the front wheels.
With styling based on the powerful M�gane Renaultsport 225, the Megane Trophy race car will compete in its own one-make championship covering eight European race meetings beginning next Spring. Approximately 30 Megane Trophy racers will take part in the series on tracks in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands and Belgium.