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Twizy Renault Sport F1 Concept Car, Improbable and Spectacular!

Renault has chosen the Twizy manufacturing plant in Valladolid, Spain, to present its new Twizy Renault Sport F1 concept car. This fun take on the brand’s small electric car features muscular styling and impressive performance credentials to serve as a bridge between the world of F1 technology and that of production cars. 

Twizy Renault Sport F1 sits on the wheels of a single-seater race car and is equipped with a front splitter, side-pods, a rear wing and a diffuser complete with an F1-style rain light which forcefully express the concept car’s ties with motor racing’s premier category.

Twizy Renault Sport F1 is much more than eye catching concept car, however. In addition to its spectacular look, it delivers genuine high performance thanks to its Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) which is identical to the solution used by Renault-powered Formula 1 race cars. The system instantly boosts power output six-fold to reach almost 100 horsepower and is capable of catapulting the car from standstill to 100kph as quickly as Renault’s highest-performing road car, Mégane R.S. This technological gem is the fruit of close collaboration between engineers at Renault Sport Technologies and their colleagues at Renault Sport F1.

This extraordinary vehicle showcases Renault’s advanced expertise of the electrical technology employed in F1, notably in the field of KERS in which it was one of the precursors in 2009. Renault’s long-standing commitment to motor racing’s blue ribband category provides it with a unique technological laboratory, giving it an advantage not only in the world of race cars but also in that of road cars.

Twizy Renault Sport F1 will be shown at major events throughout the year, beginning with its first public appearances at the World Series by Renault meeting at Aragon, Spain (April 27-28), and at the Barcelona Motor Show.

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