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Discussion in 'European Cars' started by Baklava, Mar 4, 2014.
RWD, rear engined
i kind of want it
Whoa, that's unexpected and pretty awesome.
the only thing that would keep me from buying one is that it's a renault. it will go wrong(25 times a year)
I want one of those
90hp one plz
Just a shame it has to be a 4 door
Ugh, I wish this were in the US, it's like an actually cool version of the new 500.
oh wait, I forgot there will inevitably be a RenaultSport version. I'm gonna guess at 140hp.
I'll have that one.
I like this, I hope they have many colour options too
My mom wants a Twingo
sport version with manual will be cooler than the auto clio sport for sure.
MAKE A GREAT HOOD ORNAMENT FOR MY F250 RAPTOR
what the forfour should have been. reminds me of that vw up concept that should have replaced the fox or polo or bug. it's just better this way. and built in Novo Mesto!
Hope they do a special sport version with +/-185hp and "turbo 2" wheel and body kit.
one question though, isn't rwd dangerous with short wheelbase?
The Miata says no.
MX5 isn't rear engined.
maybe with a billion horsepowers
Rear-engined and rear-wheel drive are two separate dynamic issues.
Looking how that engine is sized and packaged I dont think it affect weight bias badly.
Also that sport ersion wont get more than 120hp.
Love the car.
the last RS Twingop had 133hp. I doubt they'd give the new one less.
Ok, well some more then. I do hope they dont exaggerate with the power, I want this to be in the mold of GT Legends. Flowing speed with occasinal slipping at bends.
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tbh I'm with you. tiny little cars like this are a lot of fun to drive when you have to retain as much momentum as possible.
I'm still going to guess 140hp