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Renault 5Turbo 3E

Renault is celebrating with an electric homage 50th anniversary of the Renault 5 Turbo. And at the same time gives another glimpse of the modernized comeback of the small car series as an e-car.

The thick cheeks, the wide hips with the typical air intakes and the large rear wing takes over Study R5 Turbo 3E from the original 1970s. Likewise the bonnet and the doors. Inside there are checkered seats and a classic instrument layout, but no longer analog, but as a digital screen.

Two people sit together on the rear wheels of the study 280 kW/380 hp electric driveswhich has a top speed of 200km/h enabled and the four meter long small car in 3.5 seconds to 100 km/h accelerated. Distinctive drifting abilities should also ensure driving fun; the electronically controlled transverse driving is initiated via an upright handbrake lever, supported by a maximum steering angle of 50 degrees.

The study is now celebrating its premiere at the classic car show "Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Millebefore they also on the Parisian salon (18th to 23rd October) can be seen.

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