Silverstone GP Limited Edition Announced for Clio RS 200 and Twingo RS 133

Renault recently unveiled the Megane RS 265 Trophy, and we guess that could be called a Nurburgring special edition, as the hothatch has recently set a new lap record for production front-wheel drive cars. Well, now both the Clio 200 and Twingo 133 received a ‘Silverstone GP’ limited edition version.

Unfortunately, as most Renaultsport fans would easily be able to tell from the names of the cars, there’s no power boost to speak of involved with the two limited edition versions.

Both new models have been specifically created for the UK market, still the largest home of Renault’s hot hatches worldwide, with only 50 of each available. The two hot Renaults have gone on sale today, costing £14,995 in the case of the Twingo Renaultsport 133, and £19,995 for the Clio 200.

Both cars are only offered with the Cup Chassis, so the ride will be hard and purposeful. The body is painted in silver metallic paint and contrasting ‘Deep Black’ details, including 17” alloy wheels (‘Speedline’ on the Clio), roof and door mirrors. Completing the exclusive look, both of the new limited edition Renaultsports also feature extra-tinted rear windows and Silverstone GP B-pillar badges inscribed with the new grand prix circuit map.

All come with a number interior plaque to indicate their exclusivity, onboard performance tracking system and grey and black Renaultsport carpet mats. The Clio comes as standard with Recaro front seats, Bluetooth and multi-functional TunePoint for portable music players.

If you buy one of the Silverstone GP limited edition models, Renaultsport will also throw in a free trackday on the famous track, which is usually £175.
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