Renault Logan R.S. Rendered, We Would Buy It in No Time

Renault Logan R.S. 1 photo
Photo: X-Tomi Design
If you're an average consumer of auto-related news, Renault's Sandero R.S. launch in Brazil has reached your ears and eyes. However, we bet you are also curious about how a Renault Logan R.S. would present itself, so here's one way to look at it.
The image you see above will most likely never be backed-up by a real-life Logan R.S., and we incline to think some might see this as a sad fact, especially those in the Renault/Dacia community. But one can dream, right?

Courtesy of X-Tomi Design, we can present you a realistic approach on how an improbable future Renault or Dacia Logan R.S. would look like. So in case you've already seen the official pictures showing the Sandero R.S., get ready for the same treatment to adorn the Logan R.S.

The designer just took the Renaultsport-enhanced front bumper, wheels and side trim and using pixel magic, applied them to Sandero's sedan brother, the Logan.

We have to say the result is visually pleasing, but not very different from what the Sandero R.S. had to offer because the two cars share the same front end.

If a Logan R.S. would go into production, it will definitely wear the 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine good for 145 HP banging under the Sandero R.S.'s hood.

Also, power management will be done via the same six-speed manual gearbox which, together with the standard pack of goodies from Renaultsport, should allow the Logan R.S. to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in around 7.5 seconds and secure a top speed of around 220 km/h. But again, one can only dream.
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