2013 Renault Clio RS Red Bull Racing RB7

R 249,000
2013 Renault Clio RS Red Bull Racing RB7


  • The last, and best, special edition of the outstanding Clio RS 200
  • Ultimate exclusivity, with only 20 in SA and < 500 globally
  • One owner since new; only 12,100 km on the clock
  • Full franchise service history with Renault
  • Balance of 5yr/150,000km warranty + 4yr/60,000km service plan
  • Exterior colour: Profond Black with Sirius Yellow features
  • Interior trim: Recaro bucket seats in black with yellow stitching

Features include:

  • Naturally-aspirated 2.0-litre 4-cylinder engine
  • Six-speed manual transmission
  • CUP suspension, with lower ride height & uprated damper calibration
  • 18" black Interlagos wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE050A tyres
  • Red Brembo brake calipers
  • RS Monitor (electronic on-board screen displaying performance data)
  • Recaro racing bucket seats, black with yellow stitching
  • Sirius Yellow F1-style front splitter, door mirror housings & diffuser
  • Silver chequered RS flag decal on roof
  • "Red Bull Racing Formula One Team" decals on doors
  • Numbered special-edition plaque on centre console
  • Hands-free entry and go, with stop/start button
  • Automatic climate control
  • Automatic headlight activation, with cornering function
  • Renault Sport-badged gear-lever knob
  • Leather multi-function steering wheel, with red centrepoint marker
  • Cruise control with speed limiter
  • Light and rain sensors, with auto wipers
  • Electric, heated mirrors
  • Audio connection box (CD/MP3/USB/Aux)
  • Bluetooth connectivity

Technical specifications:

  • Engine: Naturally-aspirated 2.0-litre in-line 4-cylinder
  • Max. power: 148 kW (203 hp) at 7,100 rpm
  • Max. torque: 215 Nm at 5,400 rpm
  • Drive: Front wheel drive
  • Transmission: 6-speed manual gearbox
  • Tyres: Front & rear - 215/40 R 18
  • Top speed: 225 km/h
  • 0-100 km/h: 6.9 seconds


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