- Mégane Renault Sport offers Sport or Cup chassis
- Manual or efficient dual-clutch auto available
- Hülkenberg tests the 4Control system on track
PARIS, France – The new Mégane Renault Sport will, the automaker claims, be the first hot hatch to have all-wheel steering and will offer customers a choice two chassis set-ups.
Renault’s 4Control steering tech promises more agility and better cornering performance and steering precision by enabling the car’s rear wheels to assist in steering by means of an electro-magnetic actuator mounted on the rear axle.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE…
Renault Sport engineers have calibrated the system to take the car’s performance to new limits that include “exceptional agility and cornering stability at higher speeds”.
Buyers will also be able to choose between a Sport chassis, which combines high performance and ride comfort in everyday use, or Cup engineered to deliver the track performance.
- To learn about Nico Hülkenberg’s first impressions of All-New Mégane Renault Sport click here.