Renaultsport Director, Patrice Ratti, told British magazine Autocar that the Renault group is working on a sporty version of the Dacia Sandero will be launched next year, but will not be sold on the European market.
According to Patrice Ratti, the new model is intended to stimulate Renaultsport emerging markets like Russia and Brazil. In both countries so Sandero and Sandero Stepway is marketed under the Renault brand. Patrice Ratti said that the new Sandero RS will be powered by a current offer, stating, however, that there is no need for an engine with a high power. ‘A Sandero is easier than a Clio, so you do not need so much power, “said Patrice Ratti. Currently, the most powerful version of Sandero is offered in Russia and has 101 horsepower thanks to 1.6-liter gasoline engine. longer term, Patrice Ratti argues that RS Sandero will be situated at the Renaultsport division, possibly with a stronger version of the new Twingo, following the above to stand Clio RS and Megane RS.
Dacia has also built two-door models, but never a car with two seats. In 1981 was launched the Dacia 1310 Sport, the latest being launched on the market two-door Dacia 1410 Sport enlarged 1.4-liter engine with 65 horsepower.
Dacia 1310 Sport
Dacia 1410 Sport
Dacia has done an experiment with a sports coupe headlights. MD87 prototype was made in 1987 had ordered the central engine, and the first version was simple lights. Later, the concept was equipped with retractable headlights.
In the first six months of this year, Renault group sales rose 4.7% to 1.37 million cars and light commercial vehicles. Dacia sales in Europe increased by 35%, supported by restyling SUV Duster and Sandero hatchback. Dacia company was taken over by Renault in 1999 Relaunched in 2004 with Logan, Dacia became a well known player European car market.
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