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2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7

2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7The new 2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 is a pocket rocket packed with performance-enhancing features developed by Renault Sport Technologies.

2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 Interior2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 Interior. The interior features yellow stitching for the steering wheel, seats and dash cowling, plus gloss black inserts for the dashboard and audio console. Gloss black has also been used for the rev-counter housing and side air vents. The new First audio system and R.S. Monitor are standard fitments.

The exclusivity of this limited edition version is reinforced by a numbered “FIA 2011 World Champion” plaque and a Renault Sport logo inlay for the gear lever knob.

2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 Exterior2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 Exterior. Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 features the design cues of Renault Sport’s other sporty models, including forceful front-end styling and a large, vertically-mounted logo set to a black background which illustrates the brand’s new visual identity. The front bumper incorporates a Formula 1-style blade which takes its inspiration from Formula 1; while the sporty feel of the rear end is accentuated by the bigger wheel arches, lip spoiler and diffuser. In addition to these features which are specific to the R.S. version of Twingo, the Pearlescent Black body colour contrasts with several details picked out in Sirius Yellow (F1-style blade, door mirror housings, lip spoiler) to highlight the sporty calling of the Red Bull Racing RB7 limited-edition version. Its appeal is further enhanced by the Renault Sport chequered-pattern roof decal and door decals in the colours of the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team.

2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 Engine2012 Renault Twingo R.S. Red Bull Racing RB7 Engines and Transmissions. The 1.6 16V engine delivers 133 horsepower (98kW) at 6,750rpm and peak torque of 160Nm at 4,400rpm, yet its CO2 emissions and combined-cycle fuel consumption are a reasonable 150g/km and 6.5 litres/100km respectively.

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