Twin'Run is a real racing car, featuring composite glass-polyester bodywork, a tubular chassis lifted directly from motorsport competition and a mid-engine 320-hp V6 engine based on Mégane Trophy.
A heir to the infamous R5 Turbo and Clio V6, concept car Twin’Run has a compact, ultra-dynamic body. The wheels set in the far corners, minimal overhang and high waistline underscore the dynamic feel and promise a great drive.
The “5” on the doors refers to the R5 Turbo, the emblematic 1980s rally car. A host of details pay homage to this illustrious forerunner, including the design of the headlights and the generous haunches at the back.
The four additional, extra-flat headlights with LED technology are a modern-day take on the light racks used in nighttime rally specials. The fully customisable light sequences are controlled by an in-car system. The development of this system was a real challenge as the designers had to provide a powerful light source in a lamp measuring just 25 mm deep.
The Twin’Run concept car previews the styling of Renault’s future city car.