Renault Clio RS Luxe with Carminat TomTom Navigation

French manufacturer Renault announced that the Clio RS Luxe will be offered with Carminat TomTom fully-integrated GPS navigation as standard equipment. The navigation system includes a 5.8-inch color screen and provides dependable, preventive guidance, including RDS-TMC traffic information, speed restrictions and fixed speed camera alerts.

The Clio RS Sport, currently manufactured at the Alpine plant in Dieppe, France, is powered by a 2.0-liter 16V that develops 203 horsepower.

Standard equipment on the Luxe version includes leather trim, hands-free card, cruise control with speed limiter, automatic climate control, combined rain/light sensor, 80W RadioSat audio system with six loudspeakers, Plug & Music (to connect an MP3 player or an iPod) and Bluetooth telephony.

There are several body colors available, as it follows: non metallic - Dynamo blue, Toro red, Glacier white, metallic - Asphalte grey, Deep black, Monaco blue, Makaha grey, Platine grey and exclusive - Alien green, Sirius yellow, Givre pearlescent. The metallic paint is priced at 400 euros while the exclusive version costs 1,600 euros.

Outside, the car comes with several aerodynamic features inspired from the world of Formula 1, as the manufacturer said. A front wing air extractors, a rear diffuser and a front splitter, are all available on the new RS.

"Clio Renault Sport Luxe targets customers looking for a comprehensively-equipped, status-enhancing and comfortable vehicle which places the emphasis on driving enjoyment. The new version features the Sport chassis which, like its acoustic performance, has been fine-tuned to deliver a more comfortable ride still," the company said in a release.

For full details on the RS and pricing information, check out this link.
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