The Renault Mégane 4 RS is fast approaching. Some rumors even mention her arrival at the Geneva show next month but it is more likely to make its appearance this fall at the Frankfurt show. For now, we will have to content ourselves with these photos of his development mule, reported by Autoevolution. The car seems almost ready for production aside from the absence of a rear diffuser that exposes the exhaust system, with a central output to stay true to the tradition of the Mégane RS.
Taken by the Motor 1 media, this camouflaged Mégane speaks volumes about its future in the image of its central exhaust which probably hides the underside of the future RS and brake calipers badged Brembo.
According to the first rumors, the Mégane RS will be driven by the new turbo engine, which should develop about 300 hp and will have a chassis with 4 wheel steering. Finally, the Mégane RS should probably be unveiled in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new Renault Mégane RS (2017) is expected to continue with a front-wheel drive in front of rivals with all-wheel drive such as the Ford Focus RS. However, the French woman will be able to rely on the rear steering wheels in order to gain in agility. Under the hood, a 2.0 liter turbocharged gasoline engine of about 300 horsepower is expected, combined with the choice of a 6-speed manual or double clutch.